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Re: qemu-kvm: qns regarding network and usb keyboard setup



2009/2/16 gary artim <gartim gmail com>:
> On Mon, Feb 16, 2009 at 7:22 AM, suvayu ali <fatkasuvayu+linux gmail com> wrote:
>> 2009/2/15 Kevin Kofler <kevin kofler chello at>:
>>> suvayu ali wrote:
>>>> Neither can I go to a virtual terminal using Ctrl+Alt+<Fn key>. everytime
>>>> I press Ctrl+Alt it releases the keyboard input and I am back in the host.
>>>
>>> Even if the grab wasn't released by Ctrl+Alt, the key would still be
>>> intercepted by the host. This happens at X11 level, so the key doesn't even
>>> reach applications such as QEMU-KVM.
>>>
>> how do I get around this?
>>
>> --
>> Suvayu
>>
>
> I had a similar problem running vmplayer on fc10 and had to add to :
>
> /etc/vmware/config :
>
> xkeymap.keycode.108 = 0x138 # Alt_R
> xkeymap.keycode.106 = 0x135 # KP_Divide
> xkeymap.keycode.104 = 0x11c # KP_Enter
> xkeymap.keycode.111 = 0x148 # Up
> xkeymap.keycode.116 = 0x150 # Down
> xkeymap.keycode.113 = 0x14b # Left
> xkeymap.keycode.114 = 0x14d # Right
> xkeymap.keycode.105 = 0x11d # Control_R
> xkeymap.keycode.118 = 0x152 # Insert
> xkeymap.keycode.119 = 0x153 # Delete
> xkeymap.keycode.110 = 0x147 # Home
> xkeymap.keycode.115 = 0x14f # End
> xkeymap.keycode.112 = 0x149 # Prior
> xkeymap.keycode.117 = 0x151 # Next
> xkeymap.keycode.78 = 0x46 # Scroll_Lock
> xkeymap.keycode.127 = 0x100 # Pause
> xkeymap.keycode.133 = 0x15b # Meta_L
> xkeymap.keycode.134 = 0x15c # Meta_R
> xkeymap.keycode.135 = 0x15d # Menu
>
> the arrow keys work again. not sure if this is even closely equivilant.
>
> -- Gary

I couldn't find anything similar on my machine. In a way there
shouldn't be, isn't it? After all VMWare and KVM are fundamentally
different. If only I knew where to start looking ...


-- 
Suvayu

Open source is the future. It sets us free.


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