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Description of problem:
For the longest time now (many months), after switching from FC1 to FC3 (yum upgrade), my numlock LED will turn itself off for no apparent reason while I am working, usually several times a day. It's usually while I'm typing, and I can't seem to put my finger on exactly what's triggering it -- it seems very random. Lately it appears to be around when I am holding left-shift down to do some capital letters, but I can't know for sure.
It's just the LED shutting off. Numlock is still in effect. If I press caps lock, then the numlock key will come back on to indicate its correct status. If I press numlock after the numlock LED has turned off, then the numlock LED stays off (again showing that numlock indeed was still on). If I press numlock again, the LED will come back on (as expected).
I'm using Driver "kbd" in my xorg.conf file. I have had issues in the past with Driver "keyboard" (bug 134110) and am still using kbd for that reason. I have no idea if this is related.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. run X
2. type away for hours and hours
Actual Results: numlock LED goes off for no reason
Expected Results: numlock LED stays on
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Setting status to "NEEDINFO", awaiting upstream bug URL for tracking.
I am running all the latest FC3 updates.
Thanks for the URL.
Adding to our upstream bug tracker.
Numlock turns off when i by the login screen.
It is on between boot and login screen, goes of by the login screen and turns on when gnome hast started.
When it write text e.g a letter, numlock LED turns off