* debian on bullman v-klasse 8

Posted on October 4th, 2007 by Alex. Filed under Projects.

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9 Responses to “debian on bullman v-klasse 8”

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  4. John Says:

    Please help me revert the original funtion of my Bullman laptop. It was accidentally on numlocked. What or how must I do to fix it?

  5. jitu Says:


    I did not understand, what exactly you mean. Is the numlock switched on permanently and cannot be switched off? Or is it about the LED only? Which distribution do you use and what Bullman do you have?
    I can remember there was a bug once in an x package (I think it was xserver-xorg-input-kbd or similar). Did you check the bug reports?
    See, so many questions….

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