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    Default Re: Manual needed

    Quote Originally Posted by ZStefan View Post
    With this much knowledge, can somebody write a small manual

    "How to have NumLock on always, no matter how the booting is done and at what level opensuse runs"?
    Yes, are you offering to do that? Take a look how to write an SDB article in the wiki: https://en.opensuse.org/Portal:Support_database
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    Unhappy Support database article

    Quote Originally Posted by awerlang View Post
    Yes, are you offering to do that? Take a look how to write an SDB article in the wiki: https://en.opensuse.org/Portal:Support_database
    No. I don't understand most of the discussion. I can only contribute in a small part - in editing the sddm.conf.

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    Default Re: Manual needed

    Quote Originally Posted by ZStefan View Post
    With this much knowledge, can somebody write a small manual

    "How to have NumLock on always, no matter how the booting is done and at what level opensuse runs"?
    There is already a section on configuring the keyboard: https://doc.opensuse.org/documentati...c-yast-hw-keym

    Unfortunately it's too short and inaccurate. Section 3 should be deleted as "Expert Settings" are no longer available. Add at the end of the section:

    The following settings may be changed using yast2 > sysconfig > hardware > keyboard:

    • Repeat Rate
    • Delay before Repetition Starts
    • Start-up States for Num Lock, Caps Lock, and Scroll Lock
    • Devices on which the values for Num Lock, Caps Lock, and Scroll Lock should be set
    • Disable Caps Lock

    I clicked "Edit source" but learned a fork was needed to propose changes to the documentation. When I looked further it says it would apply to SLE but the documentation says it applies to Leap 15.2. I am left confused.
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    Default Re: Manual needed

    Quote Originally Posted by karlmistelberger View Post
    There is already a section on configuring the keyboard: https://doc.opensuse.org/documentati...c-yast-hw-keym

    Unfortunately it's too short and inaccurate. Section 3 should be deleted as "Expert Settings" are no longer available. Add at the end of the section:

    I clicked "Edit source" but learned a fork was needed to propose changes to the documentation. When I looked further it says it would apply to SLE but the documentation says it applies to Leap 15.2. I am left confused.
    The pull request template says ( https://github.com/SUSE/doc-sle/blob...ST_TEMPLATE.md ):

    We are currently only merging documentation relevant for SLE 15 SP2 (and Leap 15.2) or lower.
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