So I just did a fresh install, so everything is running systemd. My issue is that the number lock is turned on at startup on my laptop (which doesn't have a keypad) so I have to turn it off before I can login. I need it to be off in console for my login so numlockx is no use for me.
Everything in the wiki seems to refer to turning it on at boot.
I'm sure there is a simple solution, but I'm just not sure where to look.
Last edited by jbritton (2012-11-19 15:39:38)
This is very unusual for a linux system indeed. We usually have to dig ourselves in balls deep to find the light of having it turned ON on boot. You probably will visit your bios screen and flip that switch that forces your laptop to turn it on.
Install the numlockx package and run:
$ numlockx off
$ numlockx on
Maybe set it to run automatically at boot. However, as the name implies, it only works after X has started; it doesn't work from the console. You'll get something like:
$ numlockx off Error opening display!
You may find an option for it in the BIOS.
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It was in the BIOS settings. Marking as [SOLVED]. Thanks!