Numlock changes uiojklm to 456123 . . . (1/4)

number lock changes uiojklm,. into 456123n0,.
I have English (US, intl, with dead keys) installed


what L4T version do you use?
Did you mean when you pressed down uiojklm with Nums Lock on, it showed 456123n0 on the screen?
Have you tried with other keyboards?

uname -a
Linux 5.10.104-tegra #1 SMP PREEMPT Sun Mar 19 07:55:28 PDT 2023 aarch64 aarch64 aarch64 GNU/Linux
does this answer your question or do you want me to use <cat /etc/os-release> ?

uiojklm and uiojklm (says Logitech keyboard after numlock)
so it appears for now only on a ICIDU keyboard.


check post like this:

Some keyboards are designed to work in this way.

Nice reply if it did concern a Mc keyboard , the keyboard i am using is from the brand ICIDU, i swerved away from Mc since the entrance of “time machine” which was a very childish interface and during that time all the efforts i put in openframeworks applications got thrown away by Apple when they introduced a new OSX version with a ditto new X(compiler thingy).
So @DaveYYY no sarcasm intended but i dont use an Apple computer for a while now.

Thanks Dave

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