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    Default numlockx not working with enlightenment

    just installed numlockx for X11
    i use enlightenment16
    put it into my xintrc file in my home folder
    and it doesn't work..

    is there some really specific order or something i need to modify for it to run when i start enlightenment?

    tried all the obvious combinations..still not working


    also..the gentoo clock seem to not lik daylight saving
    it's not showing the time correctly after i reboot
    is there an autoadjustment for day light saving time
    or do i have to change the hardware clock manually?

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    Default Re: numlockx not working with enlightenment

    As far as numlockx... you could try this..
    Essentially, put the entry in your .xsession file.

    As far as the time is concerned, unsure sorry, I use ntpd and have no problems like this
    (morganj): 0 is false and 1 is true, correct?
    (alec_eso): 1, morganj

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    Default Re: numlockx not working with enlightenment

    um..didn't work

    also tried with:
    exec numlockx or just numlockx
    also tried those with full numlockx path

    tried it after the enlightenment entry
    tried them before enlightenment entry too..didn't work

    tried it inside xterm after enlightenment and that works..don't see why it can't be run on startup

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    Default Re: numlockx not working with enlightenment

    Quote Originally Posted by heni72847
    just installed numlockx for X11
    i use enlightenment16
    put it into my xintrc file in my home folder
    and it doesn't work..

    is there some really specific order or something i need to modify for it to run when i start enlightenment?

    tried all the obvious combinations..still not working


    also..the gentoo clock seem to not lik daylight saving
    it's not showing the time correctly after i reboot
    is there an autoadjustment for day light saving time
    or do i have to change the hardware clock manually?
    You need to reset your timezone. Do man -k timezone to find the command to do that.

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