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    Can't Login - Keyboard Inactive

    I recently upgraded to Ubuntu 11.04. Login worked fine at first. After a recent update, I can no longer login. The Keyboard is inactive on the home screen. Mouse is active and I can enter through other non-admin accounts with no password required for their login. Keyboard works fine once I can get past the login.
    Doesn't work on normal, classic or safe mode. Keyboard driver (system-wide)set to Dell Inspiron 6xxx/8xxx.

    Help please.

    Dell Inspiron 8600 laptop
    Ubuntu 11.04

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    Re: Can't Login - Keyboard Inactive

    When you are at the login screen, click on the Accessibility icon on the bottom panel, usually a man in a ring.

    In the dialog that comes up then, make sure the very last option, "Slow Keys", is disabled.

    Alternatively, just run this command:
    Code:
    sudo -u gdm gconftool-2 /desktop/gnome/accessibility/keyboard/slowkeys_enable --type bool --set false
    Greetings.

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    Talking Re: Can't Login - Keyboard Inactive

    Thanks, disabling the 'Slow Keys' option on the accessibility dialog fixed the issue. I appreciate your quick response. What a great support community.

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