On Mon, May 16, 2005 at 10:32:05AM -0400, Jeff Kinz wrote:
If you DO NOT have the C compiler, and you DO NOT WANT the gcc
on your machine, I am told you can use the "setleds +num &> /dev/null"
command in one of the X start-up scripts. I don't know if this method
works or not, but it probably will take more tinkering on your part
(unless you really know your scripting).
Why not just put that in a file like this:
setleds +num &> /dev/null
and then run that at login via:
2. Now you need to run this program whenever you log in:
Click the start button and go to:
--> Preferences --> More Preferences --> Session
Click the Start Up Programs tab.
Click the Add button.
Browse to /usr/bin/setnumlock (or type in /usr/bin/setnumlock)
Logout and Log back in (to restart the X server)
Matthew Miller mattdm(a)mattdm.org <http://www.mattdm.org/>
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