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openSUSE 11.1 Reference Guide
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31.3 Using the Virtual Keyboard

To log in to the KDE or GNOME desktop or to unlock the screen, you can either enter your username and password as usual or via the virtual keyboard, xvkbd, displayed below the login field. To configure the keyboard or to access the integrated help, click the xvkbd field at the left lower corner to open the xvkbd main menu.

Figure 31-1 xvkbd Virtual Keyboard

If you want to use xvkbd after login, start it from the main menu or with xvkbd from a shell.

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