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    Default Re: init level 3 login issues

    Hi
    If you could borrow another keyboard, should tell if it's a hardware issue, have you tried other USB ports in the system?
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    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    If you could borrow another keyboard, should tell if it's a hardware issue, have you tried other USB ports in the system?
    I can try to see if I can dig up another keyboard, but I have tried other USB ports with the same results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dekernel View Post
    I can try to see if I can dig up another keyboard, but I have tried other USB ports with the same results.
    Hi
    Sounds good if you can test another keyboard
    Last edited by malcolmlewis; 09-Jan-2020 at 12:22.
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    Default Re: init level 3 login issues

    Does change anything if you try, in a konsole as normal user, the following command ?
    Code:
    setxkbmap
    I ask this because I have to bear with a tedious & very very very random bug with keyboard right shift button (as far as I can remember the issue is 'working' since openSUSE 13).
    This is the scenario :
    - openSUSE as host (13.0 -> 15.1 & Tumbleweed)
    - I run as VM (vmware player from version 5 to 15.5.1) a Windows machine (it can be XP or Seven)
    - sometime, but in a very random & not reproducible way, in the host OS the right shift button stop to work (left button works)
    The simple solution, in my case, is the above command.
    Likely is not the panacea for you because your issue is at level3 and not at level5 .... but we (in Italy) use to say "trying doesn't not harm"

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxRiservo View Post
    Does change anything if you try, in a konsole as normal user, the following command ?
    Code:
    setxkbmap
    I ask this because I have to bear with a tedious & very very very random bug with keyboard right shift button (as far as I can remember the issue is 'working' since openSUSE 13).
    This is the scenario :
    - openSUSE as host (13.0 -> 15.1 & Tumbleweed)
    - I run as VM (vmware player from version 5 to 15.5.1) a Windows machine (it can be XP or Seven)
    - sometime, but in a very random & not reproducible way, in the host OS the right shift button stop to work (left button works)
    The simple solution, in my case, is the above command.
    Likely is not the panacea for you because your issue is at level3 and not at level5 .... but we (in Italy) use to say "trying doesn't not harm"
    At this point, I appreciate any suggestion :-)

    As we expected, there is no change. I still need to dig up a different keyboard, and see if that fixes the issue.

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    Default Re: init level 3 login issues

    Quote Originally Posted by dekernel View Post
    At this point, I appreciate any suggestion :-)

    As we expected, there is no change. I still need to dig up a different keyboard, and see if that fixes the issue.
    Hi
    If the one you dig up works, then if you try the current keyboard on another system and see if it works or not, then can confirm it's either a hardware issue or a system issue.
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