My personal scratch pad for technology "stuff".
I did an update recently and the keypad stopped working.. very annoying and I couldn't figure out why!Thanks for you solution!
Same here. Thanks!
Thanks for this post. Fixed annoying problem in few seconds.
Thanks for that, worked for me too.
Jesus H. Norbert! Which epic retard over at Canonical thought this was a sane default? Wankers!
Interesting to know.
thanks dude ,
Just used this tip today as num lock started failing
tahnsk pal you helped me a lot!
I had the same problem after an automated update last week. Thanks for the help!
Thaks a Ton...Was Helpful
Another hearty thanks!
wow, i've been dealing with this problem for weeks now. thanks for the solution! fyi, this worked on my 8.10 Intrepid.
Yep, after a year from your post this stupid problem still exists...not good Ubuntu team. Thank you very much. (Ubuntu 8.10 here)
same here. what a ridiculous thing to do, thanks for the short but useful post.
Hah, proof my computer is out to get me! fixed things with Ubuntu 8.10Thanks for posting thisSuzanne
Fixed it for me on 9.04 today, although the checkbox has been renamed "Pointer can be controlled using the keypad"Although, I'm not completely sure whether this was caused by an update or by my connecting via VNC to remotely control my desktop.
dude this is amazing i would have never though about it in a million year thank you very much
hooray! many thanks! It works on 9.10 too.
One more to say Thanks!
saved me a bunch of time, thanks!!!
THANKS A LOT!!!
thanksssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss i thought i was going crazy i even tried working keyboards almost bought a usb keyboard
Thanks is indeed in place!
Great..Thanks for the solution.It works for me on Ubuntu 10.4.
I got this issue after upgrade to 10.04. Thank you a lot for fixing that weird bug.
AWESOME. did it for me after reaading a lot about changing config files which i can do but did not want to. thx!
Thanks a lot! I was fighting with xcircuit while I found this... saved my day (couple of hours, at least).
Thanks a bunch. Was starting to have seconds thoughts about my switch to Linux. lol
Thanks for the help, I am not worthy, I am not worthy
This is toggled by Shift-NumLock, by the way. You don't have to go to the menu to change it. It can be annoying if you press that by mistake and can't work out the problem, but definitely a useful shortcut key to know.
Thanks, you just solved my issue in 10.10.....
Thanks for posting this, this fix my issue to currently running 10.04LTS.
Hi, thanks for this helpful post. It fixed my problem in one click.
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