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Go to System Settings -> Shortcuts and Gestures -> Global Keyboard Shortcuts. From there select KDE component KWin and scrol down to Toggle Present Windows (Current desktop)


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I solved this by reading the raw input device and parsing it similarly to http://stackoverflow.com/a/2554421/3530257


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Install openssh-server (on the RPi) apt-get install openssh-server You may want to use ssh with the -X switch (from another host) ssh -X <username>@<IP_of_Rasperry_Pi> [Enter password when prompted] Once you're connected, your prompt should have changed to what you'd see when you're logged in locally on the raspberry pi. After you're ...


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First find the scancode of the key that needs to be remapped, e.g. with the evtest utility. A line like the following one (with MSC_SCAN in it) should be output: Event: time 1417131619.686259, type 4 (EV_MSC), code 4 (MSC_SCAN), value 70068 followed by a second one giving the current key code. If no MSC_SCAN line is output, this is due to a kernel driver ...


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I don't know what the issue was, but it appears to have been fixed in the current branch. You can download a snapshot (e.g. from http://ftp3.usa.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/snapshots/amd64/ or another mirror) and it should work now.


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If it was a laptop Lornix would be right, my lenovo has this BIOS-option, but on a desktop it's inside the keyboard, I have the same problem with my keyboard. It is possible there is software to switch the behavior of the keyboard, search on google with the model number of the keyboard, not the computer. If you can't find it, take a look at the source for my ...


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Ok so I've made a script for that: https://github.com/MightyPork/autonumlock It's now also available in AUR as autonumlock-git Basically loop with lsusb, grep and checking if the device ID is there or not. Output - numlockx on / off.



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