Vivek Rai wrote:
Is there any
way to solve this problem without reloading the OS? Is my
file system corrupt?
The lappy is ok as I can boot into the other os Mandriva 2007 and use it
good test - rules out any real hardware problem with the keyboard.
i am also assuming the x keyboard layout was not changed, or the file
being edited at the time was not xorg.conf or some xinput config one
No no. It was used safely only for documents.
could be a kde specific setting (slow keys got enabled
It just goes dead.
try to rename the .kde directory inside $HOME for the user, and then
restart. would reset all kde app settings for the user, but u can
restore them later individually.
In order to avoid touching the setup files I created a new user but that
GUI login failed.
"Could not start kstartupconfig
could be due to issues with missing home dir, kde config files,
or some permissions in the new user's home dir.?
I had just created the user and password from console using sudo admin