I'm running a vncserver on Fedora 13 and connecting to it with a vncviewer from Fedora 12, and the numeric keypad doesn't write numbers, but always moves cursor or does such things. It didn't do that when I was connecting to a server on Fedora 11 (or 10, I'm not 100% sure now) and I changed only the server side, not the client side.
Exact package versions:
- Fedora 13 server: tigervnc-server-1.0.90-0.11.20100420svn4030.fc13.x86_64
- Fedora 12 client: tigervnc-1.0.0-3.fc12.i686
This issue is trickier than it looks, proper fix requires significant changes in the keyboard related code. For now please use "standard" keys for writing numbers.
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Heh, this is quite old. I do not use vnc anymore. Let's close it. If Adam can update whether he found time to fix the newly written code then it'll be nice.