Hi @ all!
I have a fancy problem:
after login i have a ghowtwriter somewhere in my box!?
It doesn't matter, if i login into a plain text console or if use a xterm.
In irregular sequences my cursor starts to run, typing empty spaces.
This only happens if the system is booted up with arch, it never happens with W2K SP3(for my work) or RH9, which was the formerly installed *nix-distro.
Has someone an idea?
btw: i haven't any possibility to slow down the keyboard in the BIOS-settings.
after login i have a ghowtwriter somewhere in my box!?...In irregular sequences my cursor starts to run, typing empty spaces.
...that's just me executing a background process on your computer by a remote login...muahahahaahahah.
Just kidding, have you checked to see that you have the same keyboard setting in your "XF86Config" file as you do in your RedHat installation? I've had gremlins in my terminals as well when I used a "logidak" keyboard driver. I switched to "pc101" and the little boogers dissappeared.
in my "XF86Config" file:
Option "XkbModel" "pc101"