Re: Kernel messages during startup
> In the old days when we all used command line style screens and when all
> output was appended at the bottom of the screen......
I joined the Unix/Linux train in 2007, so I never saw those times ;-)
> The scrool lock key still has a function when using spreadsheets. Normaly
> when you press an arrow key the active cell in the spreadsheet will move
> in that direction. When you enable the scroll lock key the active cell is
> locked in the sheet and the sheet itself will move in the direction of the
Hm, weird... this does not work here. It seems the Scroll Lock key does
nothing at all in X, the LED on the keyboard does not even toggle when I press
it. Only if I switch to tty[1-6], the LED changes.