Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Numlock Edge


If you are considering installing the Fedora GNOME 3 Beta and want to try and use it for anything vaguely useful, I’d strongly advise installing numlockx along with it. This ensures your Num Lock key is enabled by default, thus preventing you from inadvertently teaching your neighbours some new English vocabulary.

2 comments:

Richard said...

What kind of keyboard layout is that in the picture? Esc on the numpad? Scroll lock and Break on the same key?

F29!?

Kecske said...

I don't know Ric - it just was what I found on Wikimedia Commons here! The description says it's an NCR keyboard.