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-When connecting to a RHEL6.4 machine running the NoMachine software, the keyboard mapping may be incorrect. ​ Specifically the "Take Screenshot"​ is mapped to the delete key.  To fix this, after connecting to the target machine via NX, go to System > Preferences > Keyboard Shortcuts and change the "Take a screenshot"​ shortcut to Ctrl+Print. ​ The fix should "​stick"​ after logging out and logging back in.+When connecting to a RHEL6.4 machine running the NoMachine software, the keyboard mapping may be incorrect. ​ Specifically the "Take Screenshot"​ is mapped to the delete key.  To fix this, after connecting to the target machine via NX and establishing a GNOME session, go to System > Preferences > Keyboard Shortcuts and change the "Take a screenshot"​ shortcut to Ctrl+Print. ​ The fix should "​stick"​ after logging out and logging back in.  Note, RHEL7 MATE the menu is in System > Preferences > Hardware > Keyboard Shortcuts.
  
 The working package in RHEL6.3: xkeyboard-config-2.3-1.el6.noarch.rpm \\ The working package in RHEL6.3: xkeyboard-config-2.3-1.el6.noarch.rpm \\
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