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I have uninstalled and reinstalled but the issue continue any ideas. nothing... The likely reason for this silly assumption is that in the Core protocol, column 1/2 and 3/4 are called groups. When i did connect to vncserver (localhost:1) i got keyboard working. have a peek here

But it's important to know that you cannot trust what tools like "xmodmap" give you. Here are my steps of configuring vnc on Amazon (RHEL 6.2 64-bit, AMI: ami-2fd5441f): Server Configuraion Install desktop packages: # yum -y groupinstall "Desktop" "X Window System" Install vnc server: # that get in the way of vnc client applications] Code: # /etc/dconf/db/gdm.d/10-nosuperkey-settings # # This file is a site config file to disable "Super/Windows" key bindings # so that vnc clients hec1152, Nov 20, 2014 #5 hec1152 New Member I had some time to investigate this further. https://www.howtoforge.com/community/threads/vnc-server-not-accepting-keyboard-input.67492/

Realvnc Keyboard Not Working

The mapping system is set up by using several built in mappings and trying to figure out which one most closely matches the keyboard presented in X11. The service can't emulate a domain admin ( premission denied), no emulation no access to ultravnc.ini. Note You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug. I get the window but nothing is clickable.

I then killed my VNC server, started it again, and connected with RealVNC (my usual client from Windows). The system allows full control over modifier combinations. The proper solution for programs wanting the first input model is of course to switch to XKB where there is a standardised hardware independent abstraction for physical keys. Vnc Viewer Mouse Not Working Scroll the window downwards and rightwards.

The more I checked the more I found that it was if the keyboard was disconnected. On RealVNC (Debian) it works fine: [array('L', [0L, 0L]), array('L', [65307L, 0L]), array('L', [49L, 33L]), array('L', [50L, 64L]), array('L', [51L, 35L]), array('L', [52L, 36L]), array('L', [53L, 37L]), array('L', [54L, 94L]), array('L', For us the symptoms are that the hotkeys are not working because no key names can be parsed (because the keymap is empty). https://www.cendio.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=3523 and I have to end the VNC session and start a new one to correct it.

Unfortunately this new monoculture is even stronger than the last one as the whole point of the Linux input system is to give applications a consistent key mapping no matter the Vnc Not Responding To Mouse Clicks In principle they behave like modifiers, but there are only four groups in total and only one group is active at a given time. Thanks. and then try to to access the VNC session from Windows(VNC client machine) srijan, Nov 11, 2014 #2 hec1152 New Member Excuse my lack of expertise, but what/where is dcon-editor?

Vnc Not Accepting Keyboard Input

I'm not sure if it's related to the problem, but I also noticed that vncviewer is grabbing the keyboard at one point (maybe while reading the password?). This Site XKB uses a concept called groups for the different alternative keysyms for each keycode. - Applications that want to use the first keyboard model (buttons, not symbols) now have a hardware Realvnc Keyboard Not Working Tango Icons Tango Desktop Project. Vnc No Keyboard Input This because libX11 is magically mapping things to XKB even if you are calling the older functions.

Office, Browser, UTerm, etc). navigate here The > > > same happens when I connect via the java viewer from > > > IE6. dead keys This is handled by every application (again, transparently by libX11). Workaround: -run winvnc as application to save settings -run uvnc_settings.exe tool to make changes ( take effect after restart uvnc) http://www.pchelpware.com http://www.uvnc.com Rudi De Vos Admin & Developer Posts: 5225Joined: Vnc Keyboard Stops Working

I found a temporary workaround which works: 1. If it still doesn't work in your case please append "-log *:stderr:100" to Xvnc parameters and then attach vnc log again, please. vncserver view appears and should be able to type in the windows on the vncserver What do you see instead? Check This Out From which user have logged in at the vncserver.

Hmm, I guess it's because you're allowing for conditions in which remote users control the desktop who do NOT necessarily have "local admin" rights to the whole machine. Vnc Viewer Mouse Click Not Working Have you eaten enough? Secondly, keyboards are a way to input symbols.

If winvnc is started as application, we don't need to impersonate the current user, we just use the credentials from the user that started winvnc.

I hope this make sense.... hec1152 New Member I setup a VNC server on Ubuntu 14.04 following instructions from the HowTo of this site. B Super-Mod Posts: 2347Joined: 2009-09-09 14:05 Top Display posts from previous: All posts1 day7 days2 weeks1 month3 months6 months1 year Sort by AuthorPost timeSubject AscendingDescending Post a reply 11 posts Tightvnc Viewer Keyboard Not Working press of n (ignored) 4.

Then everything is fine. This makes things much more sane compared to having to reload the entire keyboard configuration. ------- Comment #17 From Pierre Ossman 2013-03-19 15:52:07 ------- So XKB allows for a lot more thanks jdelgado89 Posts: 2Joined: 2008-09-03 15:01 Top Re: Mouse and Keyboard Stop Working by Rudi De Vos » 2011-02-11 17:10 Make sure that ,when you get the runas popup to this contact form Our current workaround is based on the old Xfree86 PC AT keyboard driver, but the current de facto standard is the Linux input system.

start vncviewer 3. If so, I could try to reset it.