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keyboard repeat RHEL

Posted on 2009-04-28
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Last Modified: 2013-12-06
When ever i hold the right arrow down on my keyboard the cursor only moves one character instead of traversing across the line. How do i enable it to continue going across the line?
Question by:angelblade27
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have a look at kbdrate...
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it may be a hardware/software/application setting as well....

what hardware are you using? in what application?

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angelblade27 earned 0 total points
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was able to solve it with
xset r on

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