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If I want to log in to the traditional text shell, I can only use the right side control and alt keys, the left side ones will do nothing. Once I switch to another shell, I now have to use the rightleft ctrl and alt keys if I want to switch back to the graphical shell (or a different text shell).

I'm using Fedora 16. What gives?

If I want to log in to the traditional text shell, I can only use the right side control and alt keys, the left side ones will do nothing. Once I switch to another shell, I now have to use the right ctrl and alt keys if I want to switch back to the graphical shell (or a different text shell).

I'm using Fedora 16. What gives?

If I want to log in to the traditional text shell, I can only use the right side control and alt keys, the left side ones will do nothing. Once I switch to another shell, I now have to use the left ctrl and alt keys if I want to switch back to the graphical shell (or a different text shell).

I'm using Fedora 16. What gives?

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Ctrl-Alt-F1 to F6 work differently for left and right sides of the keyboard

If I want to log in to the traditional text shell, I can only use the right side control and alt keys, the left side ones will do nothing. Once I switch to another shell, I now have to use the right ctrl and alt keys if I want to switch back to the graphical shell (or a different text shell).

I'm using Fedora 16. What gives?