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I solved the problem. The first part of the solution was the information by Gilles that xdotool is just a binary, so there's no need to install it. Just copying the executable to the remote machine (on which I have permission to run executables stored in my own directories) was sufficient. Note that when below I mention any command, I assume that the ...


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You can use the setleds command to change the keyboard leds. setleds -num -caps -scroll You'll need to run this from a script executed during shutdown. How to do this depends on what init system your system uses. With a traditional SysVinit or a system that supports emulation of its scripts, if you have directories called /etc/init/init.d or /etc/init.d, ...


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Using the .Xmodmap didn't work for me. However, a quick man xmodmap says that this works and did: .xmodmaprc which can be executed: xmodmap .xmodmaprc EDIT: ack...I'm wrong...the default did change a few years ago to .Xmodmap from .xmodmaprc. Creating the .Xmodmap file caused my xfce to load "funny". In .bash_profile, I put: xmodmap .xmodmaprc Then ...



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