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accepted S-M-* commands aren't recognized by Emacs
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revised S-M-* commands aren't recognized by Emacs
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comment S-M-* commands aren't recognized by Emacs
Another example of a key binding I can't reach is M-$ such as for flyspell-mode.
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comment S-M-* commands aren't recognized by Emacs
Note, that by S I mean shift, not super which I denote by a lowercase s. M-S-<right> should be bound to the aptly named (org-shiftmetaright) and it is on my copy of Emacs 24.3 on CentOS 6.3 at work.
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comment S-M-* commands aren't recognized by Emacs
see updates. I did try defining M-> as well, but Emacs still wouldn't let me type it.
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revised S-M-* commands aren't recognized by Emacs
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comment wireless interface stops working, netcfg reports no network found
options iwlwifi wd_disable=1 (from the Arch linux link) seems to have done the trick. thanks!
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comment wireless interface stops working, netcfg reports no network found
Thanks for taking a look. Question updated.
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revised wireless interface stops working, netcfg reports no network found
updated to address request for lspci info.
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