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Thread: Starting keypad by default

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    Starting keypad by default

    Hi guys,

    I have to press the num lock button everytime after I reboot to use the key pad. It's a minor annoyance, but I remember there being a thread a while back on this, but I can't seem to find it. Does anyone know how I can start the key pad by default?

    Thanx
    Dswissmiss

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    Re:Starting keypad by default

    hello,
    i use a progie by the name of numlockX have it run at the time you log into X by modifiing the ~/.Xinitrc or ~/.Xclients-default file and you should be set.
    It can be downloaded here:
    http://home.covad.net/~pbharris/numlockx
    right click - do a save as...

    oh yea! it takes an arguement of off or on.

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    Re:Starting keypad by default

    It worked... Thank you!

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