X11: Oracle Forms runs fine locally, but not remotely
tony at searhc.org
Fri Jun 22 14:34:21 CDT 2001
There is some difference in the keyboard defs, though not much. The
most interesting is this line, from the remote machine, with +keyboard:
trace:keyboard:X11DRV_ToUnicode Found keycode 13 (0x D)
trace:keyboard:X11DRV_MapVirtualKey MapVirtualKey wCode=0x43 wMapType=2 ...
trace:keyboard:X11DRV_MapVirtualKey Found keycode 13 (0x D)
trace:keyboard:X11DRV_MapVirtualKey returning 0x63.
This is not found in the output of the local X server.
I'm still looking at the copious output produced by both the +message
log and the +relay log. There's substantial differences in them; but
I'm not quite sure which differences are important. But I'm learning....
Ove Kaaven wrote:
> It's not always the keysyms that matter, but how Wine maps those keysyms
> to Windows VK codes. Keyboard layout checking gets more verbose with
> --debugmsg +keyboard,+key, though this is admittedly unlikely to be the
> problem. I'd rather recommend --debugmsg +message or something if you
> want to find app-visible differences in the input processing.
> Or else, you can of course do --debugmsg +relay and study the differences
> between local and remote leading up to the messagebox with that, which
> may pinpoint a likely culprit...
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