On Tuesday 16 January 2007 16:18, Joey Hess wrote: > I still don't understand why most people will want to configure their > computer to use something different from the bios default. If I want > numlock on, I set it in the bios, then it's always on, even during > early bootup. A program that turns it on when X starts feels strongly > of hack to me. That's not true unfortunately (at least in my experience). Linux seems to set its own initial state of numlock. What I have done in the past, is uncomment '#LEDS=+num' in /etc/concole-tools/config. Maybe it could be considered a kernel bug that Linux does not respect the BIOS setting...
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