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Re: alt+shift keys inoperative



no --alt-shift is not an ascii key sequence and the linux
text console will not ordinarily recognize it 
>>>>> ""Jacob" == "Jacob Schmude <Jacob Schmude" <jacobs@ncinter.net> writes:

    "Jacob> That works, but the alt-shift keys work in
    "Jacob> another OS. Sounds like something wrong with the
    "Jacob> linux keymap to me.  Gary Lawrence Murphy
    "Jacob> writes:
    >>  It could be your keyboard.  Try <Esc> then <Shift +
    >> Key>
    >> 
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