The Caps Lock light will not come on when I press the Caps Lock button.
At first I thought it was a defective keyboard, but I have tried three
keyboards. The light will not come on on any of them, but they do when I
plug them into my laptop. After the test on my laptop, instead of
letting my new Dell Inspiron 3668 pc launch Ubuntu when it boots up, I
went into the setup screen (bios and other stuff) and the Caps Lock
light comes on there. So, it is not a problem with the new pc but,
instead, is a problem with Ubuntu. Is there a command in Ubuntu to
enable the Caps Lock light to come on, or is this one of the unknown
problems with using the newest version of amd64 server on an i3 machine?
Knowing if Caps Lock is on is important when entering passwords because
the Caps Lock key might accidentally be hit. I am sure I did not have
this problem when I was playing around with Ubuntu 32-bit I386 on my
2004 vintage machine.
Posted by: Stan Gorodenski <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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