Still no luck. I can click on the application menu and send Ctrl+Alt+Delete to the remote machine, but clicks and keyboard input inside the screen don't do anything at all. My problem was that the host keyboard was set to English, but the VM keyboard was set to German. 13 January 2009 at 14:04 Alejandro said... Comment 7 Thomas Lübking 2012-09-27 23:10:33 UTC I'd say "odd", but that doesn't cut it. have a peek here
I had the same problem on my Ubuntu box, and your solution worked wonderfully. Note: This only takes effect when VMware Tools is running in the guest operating system. keys are now fixed.(vmware workstation 6.5, intrepid ibex 126.96.36.199) 23 October 2008 at 05:48 Nick said... This problem was driving me insane! https://kb.vmware.com/kb/1008443
Setya, try just creating the file and see what happens! 14 July 2008 at 15:01 inthemedium said... If I focus vmware-view, and try using the alt click / drag method, it doesn't work. I needed it to activate the right Alt (Gr) key. Ctrl-Alt releases input from the virtual machine and returns it to window mode.
Could you try again after setenv OXYGEN_DISABLE_INNER_SHADOWS_HACK (e.g. Comment 13 Thomas Lübking 2012-10-08 12:58:15 UTC passing on the bug then. @Hugo see comment #12 apparently the gtk style breaks vmware input handling Comment 14 Hugo Pereira Da Costa 2012-10-08 Solution #3 does not work for the same setup. 18 June 2009 at 02:36 Anonymous said... Vmware Mouse Click Not Working But, Ubuntu Precise comes with outdated version of oxygen-gtk, 1.2.2, while this fix is first released in 1.3.2.
I guess those people didn't read through vmware management very well. 21 August 2009 at 04:09 Sagar said... The Vmware Keyboard Driver Is Not Installed On The Host Solution 3 worked like a charm on 64 bit Ubuntu Jaunty with VMware Server 2. I've added some notes on getting the keycodes with xev. https://kb.vmware.com/kb/1027805 None of these fixes worked for me.I installed vmware-server 64 bit edition on an ubuntu server, then created a linux image with the jaunty install iso attached.The ubuntu jaunty installer starts,
This is the by far more interesting part. - when you obtained the xprop, did you so by clicking the non working area in the vmware client or the working (GUI Vmware Workstation Mouse Click Not Working Comment 9 Thomas Lübking 2012-09-27 23:47:24 UTC Another wild guess - do you have mouse gestures enabled? ("kcmshell4 khotkeys", press settings) - in doubt try shutting down the input actions daemon Actual Results: When clicking or typing inside the remote desktop view, nothing happens. Launch VMware's View client. 2.
Please try the request again. https://kb.vmware.com/kb/2144884 This seems to make sense as the X key mapping needs to happen on the client (my desktop). 5 January 2009 at 17:32 Anonymous said... Vmware Keyboard Not Working waynedcam Nov 7, 2014 8:06 AM (in response to djcawthorne) dj,I spent days on this thinking I had a vmware problem. Vmware Mouse Not Working In Console Expected Results: Clicking the "OK" button or pressing Enter should allow me to get past my organization's legal message.
Some laptops use this same key combination to suspend the host machine. navigate here Wild guess: what happens if you launch the vmware client with adjusted environment settings (hiding from it that this is a KDE session) KDE_SESSION_VERSION= KDE_FULL_SESSION= DESKTOP_SESSION= vmware-view Comment 8 John Koelndorfer Thanks to you guys (and some great linking from other bloggers, VMWare forums, etc) I now have over 1000 hits a month! Check Grab keyboard and mouse input on key press if you want VMware Server to grab the keyboard and mouse input on the first keystroke in the virtual machine display. Vmware Fusion Keyboard Not Working On Mac
Does the problem still reproduce (this checks whether bug is in C++ code or in gtkrc)? Please post more fixes. Windows XP virtualizado en Ubuntu. http://stickersweb.com/not-working/vsphere-client-console-keyboard-not-working.php yep, it worked in /etc/vmware/configThanks a bunch!!! 4 November 2008 at 07:19 Anonymous said...
So that eliminates a few more things from my potential list of suspects, though I admit that I don't have the best understanding of how all the pieces fit together. Vmware Mouse Disappears Doing this seems to leave the oxygen-gtk theme working but fixes the problem with vmware view. Next test, if you don't mind.
Then I went in and reset my keyboard layout again to make sure it was using the TP mapping, not the generic. I have a perfectly good license for VMWare workstation 4, so I continued to use it regardless of the fact that version 6 is available. (I've since upgraded to version 6, A few additions for spanish latin american keyboards:xkeymap.keycode.20 = 0x00c # apostrophexkeymap.keycode.21 = 0x0d # questiondownxkeymap.keycode.61 = 0x035 # minusxkeymap.keycode.34 = 0x01a # dead_acutexkeymap.keycode.35 = 0x01b # plusxkeymap.keycode.34 = 0x0f1 # Vmware Workstation 12 Mouse Not Working Will test further and get back to you.Chris Thompsondsolutionsgroup.com 20 February 2009 at 06:25 Chris Thompson said...
You have done really very good site. If you need any debug information I can provide also. Thanks :) 20 June 2008 at 08:13 Julien said... http://stickersweb.com/not-working/vmware-view-sysprep-not-working.php Updates I have found to cause issues are: KB2973201 KB2993651After uninstalling these, my console keyboard started working again.I have just had another load of updates installed which have broken it again,
Sorry for the trouble and thanks for the patience. When installation finished, ran `openbox --replace`. I use bridged networking, and I can't get any network access without the cable plugged in, hence why I use the VM directly.thanks. 19 February 2009 at 09:55 Anonymous said... if you have sudo access but not other root access, and want to make the change globally, the following command will work:echo "xkeymap.nokeycodeMap = true" | sudo tee -a /etc/vmware/config 11
I had to use the windows on screen keyboard to install the OS. Plus since it's a local VM, it's JUST as fast as the VM console IMO. Uninstalled it again and the keyboard is back!Message was edited by: JimBeck1981 Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 2. I can not locate any files on my system called oxygenwindowmanager.cpp.
KDE Bugtracking System – Bug307340 VMware View client does not recognize keyboard or mouse input under KDE Last modified: 2013-05-12 17:47:40 UTC Home | New | Browse | Search | [?] Therefore i added the linexkeymap.nokeycodeMap = TRUE to/etc/vmware-server-console/configon the client side and it worked perfectly. SWEET!!!!! Don't set any hooks in window manager if window drag is disabled M +5 -2 src/oxygenwindowmanager.cpp http://commits.kde.org/oxygen-gtk/980bd38e5ddbf99e27736ab41cd50b430189d209 Comment 30 thing1138 2013-05-12 15:20:59 UTC This bug also affects my computer: KDE: version
First, I noticed that KDE is > setting a punch of X11 properties interesting bug likely unrelated (i think i's mostly to configure colors for motif/athena/tk apps) > namely: "ml*focusPolicy: pointer" Comment 20 Ruslan Kabatsayev 2012-10-10 15:51:49 UTC @reporters What if you set oxygen-gtk as current theme, but rename/remove /usr/lib/gtk-2.0/2.10.0/engines/liboxygen-gtk.so? Do I still need to download the latest master of oxygen-gtk2 and feed cmake with the "-DDISABLE_SIGNAL_HOOKS=1" option, then compiling & install it? Mouse works fine but the keyboard still does not work.
Thanks for the help. :-) 20 November 2008 at 07:13 benbois said... Thanks, solution 2 is solved the problem.I have first tried solution 3, but with Turkish keyboard, i have lost the Turkish characters.I think, for keyboards other than English, you have to