There's been a long standing issue with Ubuntu 11.x, Trendnet KVM switches and using Numlock key no longer works in toggling the KVM switch.
I did read about the workaround to switch to the console, and then you could use the standard keyboard shortcuts to toggle the KVM switch (See: http://beitis.net/ubuntu-kvm-switches-and-scroll-lock/), but this solution takes too long back and forth.
I then found if you installed numlockx
I can then setup a bash script shortcut on my desktop that executes the command to toggle the KVM:Code:sudo apt-get install numlockx
Is it possible to map the numlock key on my keyboard to a numlockx command so I can just use the keyboard instead of the shortcut command? I've googled around for a bit and couldn't find a solution.Code:#!/bin/bash numlockx off; sleep 1; numlockx on; sleep 1; numlockx off