Is there any way to edit the .profile or sysinit.1 or any other file to set NumLock to ON at bootup? Setting it to ON in the BIOS doesnâ€™t work. Using QNX 4.25.
My guess is that the keaboard sets the NumLock to OFF when it is reseted by the Input driver.
Try running inputtrap trap which will create /etc/config/trap/input.NODE
and then add -R option to the kdb driver in the input.NODE file, eg: “kbd -R fd -d/dev/kbd”
This will disable keaboard reset on driver init, which may, aside other things, preserve NumLock status.
Whenever I run inputtrap trap it gives me Command must be query, start or update. And input.NODE is not created.
run only inputtrap > /etc/config/trap/input.NODE where replace “NODE” with the node number of the machine (eg: input.1), then add the -R option in there
The -R was already there when I went to edit it. Also, even though USB is enabled in the BIOS, I have to use a PS2 adapter for my mouse. Any ideas there?
This is what was there:
kbd -R fd -d/dev/kbd ps2 -r kb -2