You're probably using an AppleDesign keyboard. Try a different keyboard
This can happen intermittently with some other keyboards, too. In that
case, just live with it.
If this happens on a NuBus Mac, you can also drop back to a version of
the Mach Kernel from before the PCI update.
New! Try updating the Mach Kernel to the latest one found
(The most recent kernel there is Mach_Kernel.970114)
New! Mach_Kernel.970114 does not work with AppleDesign keyboards!
No need to download it. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
No, wait, New! Try ftp://ftp.mklinux.apple.com/pub/wip/Mach_Kernel.970117.
Nick Stephen thinks he's nailed this thing now. jonh
No, better yet! Even newer !There's a new update out which contains
the 970114 WIP Fix. Visit ftp://ftp.mklinux.apple.com/pub/Updates/970129.mklinux
email@example.com@cs.dartmouth.edu, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com