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We have some custom software written for us and we are having a problem. First off, it was written for windows but the developers want us to try it on ...
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    keyboard problem(sort of)


    We have some custom software written for us and we are having a problem.
    First off, it was written for windows but the developers want us to try it on Linux(suse 9.3).
    It's browser based and it works fine on IE, b ut on mozilla some of the hot key areas aren't working, along with some buttons (search) and the enter key (no matter which one we hit) fails to work.
    Apparently, we have a cd with the custom keyboard map on it, it's a kmp file.
    I've looked around and it looks like I need to do something to /etc/inputrc but I really don't know what needs to be done. Do I copy the .kmp file and put the path into inputrc?
    I think the hotkey and enter problems may be some IE and Linux incompatibilities but that will come later.

    thanks
    Mace

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    http://kmfl.sourceforge.net/KMFL-Ins...tructions.html

    You can use KMP file in Linux using KMFL program.

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