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    Command:

    setleds

    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           setleds [-v] [-L] [-D] [-F] [{+|-}num] [{+|-}caps] [{+|-}scroll]
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           Setleds  reports and changes the led flag settings of a VT (namely Num-
           Lock, CapsLock and ScrollLock).  Without arguments, setleds prints  the
           current  settings.   With  arguments,  it  sets or clears the indicated
           flags (and leaves the others unchanged). The settings before and  after
           the change are reported if the -v flag is given.
    
           The  led flag settings are specific for each VT (and the VT correspond-
           ing to stdin is used).
    
           By default (or with option -F), setleds will only change the  VT  flags
           (and their setting may be reflected by the keyboard leds).
    
           With option -D, setleds will change both the VT flags and their default
           settings (so that a subsequent reset will not undo the  change).   This
           might be useful for people who always want to have numlock set.
    
           With  option  -L,  setleds will not touch the VT flags, but only change
           the leds.  From this moment on, the leds will no longer reflect the  VT
           flags  (but  display whatever is put into them). The command setleds -L
           (without further arguments) will restore the  situation  in  which  the
           leds reflect the VT flags.
    
           One  might  use  setleds  in  /etc/rc to define the initial and default
           state of NumLock, e.g. by
                INITTY=/dev/tty[1-8]
                for tty in $INITTY; do
                     setleds -D +num < $tty
                done
    
    
    

    OPTIONS

           -num +num
                  Clear or set NumLock.  (At present, the NumLock  setting  influ-
                  ences  the  interpretation of keypad keys.  Pressing the NumLock
                  key complements the NumLock setting.)
    
           -caps +caps
                  Clear or set CapsLock.  (At present, the CapsLock  setting  com-
                  plements  the  Shift  key when applied to letters.  Pressing the
                  CapsLock key complements the CapsLock setting.)
    
           -scroll +scroll
                  Clear or set ScrollLock.  (At present, pressing  the  ScrollLock
                  key (or ^S/^Q) stops/starts console output.)
    
    
    

    BUGS

           In  keyboard  application  mode  the NumLock key does not influence the
           NumLock flag setting.
    
    
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