(those are images of the IBM Model M keyboard)
gone [ 1 ] see https://web.archive.org/web/20150219024302/http://home.kde.org/~seli/numlockx/ [ 2 ] might be removed from Debian https://tracker.debian.org/pkg/numlockx?BHT-c733a286-7094-4da1-adae-ea2ecb81ab47.0 (gone as of 2016-03-28)
A GUI program that turns NumLock on. Great for turning it on as X starts.
Why ever numlock would be turned off by default is beyond me. It's not that I can't see a use for it as a cursor pad, but it's a number pad. That's just not " use for those keys". That's their damned name!
2016-03-28 - 1.2 ∞
Installed with slpkg with:
\slpkg -s sbo numlockx
2016-03-26 - 1.2 ∞
This was probably in Lubuntu's repository.
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