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This is kind of crude, but why not just blacklist the atkbd driver. echo blacklist atkbd > /etc/modprobe.d/no-atkbd.conf You'll probably need to rebuild your initrd to make sure it gets blacklisted very early on in the boot process.


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Run the command in the terminal: xinput list It get you list of devices. Than you can disable some of them by id: xinput set-prop 10 "Device Enabled" 0


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Use gpm. You can install it with sudo apt-get install gpm Once that is finished, you will have a working mouse. Now you can cat the file that contains your data, select it and then paste it with the middle mouse button. Assuming, of course, that you have a mouse.


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Looks like redirecting standard input may work for you. Try creating a file (named 'myinput') with two lines: I (the key goes here) and run your command again like this: cmd < myinput The less-than sign above will send the contents of 'myfile' to your command as if it was typed on the keyboard. If your command is actually a shell script you may ...


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Have a look on how screen or tmux do cut'n'paste. Both mimic cut'n'paste using cursor keys and some other command keys, so this will work wherever you can start screen or tmux. No real mouse is needed, will work via ssh too... Or... If you have physical access to that server's text console and a mouse is attached, read about gpm which will give you a mouse ...


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As you're not using X Windows but console only, it doesn't seem to have anything to do with Linux. You should probably look into your BIOS settings.


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If you are sure about the settings (Baud, parity, flow control) you use, I think that minicom does not "hang" but rather just "does not show anything". If it is female-to-female I would suspect the cable just does not "cross" TX and RX, this means that both source computer and target computer "speak" on the same line and "listen" on the same line (like when ...


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In opensuse this (or very similar) font is called Misc Console and can be installed from the misc-console-font package.


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Sorry, forgot to answer with my own solution to this problem. Turns out CentOS 6 disables this line in its /etc/screenrc script: termcapinfo xterm Z0=\E[?3h:Z1=\E[?3l:is=\E[r\E[m\E[2J\E[H\E[?7h\E[?1;4;6l I was able to restore the functionality by putting this line into my local ~/.screenrc file. Here is the content of my ~/.screenrc file in its ...


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Try adding the -e flag to xvfb-run so you can see what is going wrong: xvfb-run -e /tmp/xvfb-errors.txt firefox & Now this may show you some error messages: cat /tmp/xvfb-errors.txt


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Most likely, init sequence in screen's terminal description includes an explicit request to set 80-column mode -- \033 [ ? 3 l. Check contents of is/is2 sequences in terminfo string when running screen -- either echo $TERMINFO or infocmp should show that.


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(I noticed a complaint that kbdrate might have a max limitation. Not sure how true it still is). I use xset r rate 250 60 to accomplish speedups to my liking. I happen to put that in my ~/.i3/config (for i3wm) but I used to have it working in my ~/.xinitrc for startx to pick up. The xset invocation should apply to everything running in X. (I’d be curious ...


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I think what you need is fbcondecor ! here : https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Fbsplash#Console_backgrounds Oh, and you do need a patchd kernel.


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I've recently encountered this problem on my Ubuntu 15.04 64 bit box. The setupcon command set the fonts to what I had set with dpkg-reconfigure console-setup. I added setupcon to my rc.local, but that left a gap where the font was still wrong (because rc.local is executed after the console is setup), so that wasn't good enough for me. So, I decided to go ...


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ffmpeg can show any image format fullscreen : ffmpeg -i image.ext -s $(< /sys/class/graphics/fb0/virtual_size tr , x) \ -vcodec rawvideo -f image2 -pix_fmt bgra -y /dev/fb0 &>/dev/null && read


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I've found the answer in here posting so anyone else has a problem of this sort can maybe find answer easier. Thanks to original poster (Rozhuk Ivan).



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