Re: blink the Numlock
Colin Marquardt wrote:
> * Oliver Larisch <email@example.com> writes:
> > how to blink the "numlock-LED" in every Linux-boot. (not only blinking, I want
> > to type numbers direkt after boot ; ) Windoze does !!
Not WindowsNT; you have to make a registry hack to do this in NT. Nasty
> man XF86Config
> While looking at the manpage, type
> (case matters), and you´ll find
> | ServerNumLock
> | forces the X server to handle the numlock key
> | internally. The X server sends a different set of
> | keycodes for the numpad when the numlock key is
> | active. This enables applications to make use of
> | the numpad.
> > how to start staroffice 5.0 after a crash of it, without booting. I wasn't able
> > as yet.
> Hmm. Ctrl-Alt-Backspace? If *that* doesn´t help, read
> (you need to have a 2.2.x kernel).
> Colin Marquardt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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