selukwe wrote:Maybe this works on Ubuntu (it seems to be written for it) but it doesn't on LM13KDE.I'm getting error gedit: not found...
Any other idea? Possibly even a small prog doing this?
selukwe wrote:I'm getting error gedit: not found...
selukwe wrote:Still doesn't work, I'm getting errors and saving is refused.
Could perhaps someone experienced try this in LM-KDE
, I'm a Linux beginner...
marsh20 wrote:Hi all,
Im running Mate 13 and have followed the instruction in the link below and found the relevant file, but am still very green and am not sure how to edit and save the file. Could someone tell me how to? Thanks
A Future Pilot wrote:Running that command should open up a file in the gedit text editor. Simply make the changes it says and then either hit Ctrl+s or click on File->Save. Then close the text editor.
nomko wrote:Try this: https://sites.google.com/site/tipsandtricksforubuntu/system-tips/numlock-at-login-screen
selukwe wrote:I don't understand why still bother with scripts in this case, when there's an easy GUI solution advised by Jaws on Fri Jul 27, 2012 8:25 pm (see above), reading - I quote:
Go to -> System Settings -> Hardware -> Input Devices -> Keyboard -> Numlock on KDE Startup -> Turn On.
This is a solution specifically for KDE. Works a treat...
Jaws wrote:Don't want to sound like a jerk and you can login any way you like, but if your password contains both letters and numbers, isn't it easier to use the keyboard number keys instead of the number pad keys?
Alternatively, you could use the convenience feature Enable Auto-Login in System Settings.