Activate numpad on startup
I recently switched from Ubuntu to Crunchbang as main distribution for my home computer and I may even talk a bit more about it in a later post ;)
The main topic here is that my num pad wad not activated by default on boot, and I had to tap Verr. Num on each login. My password having numbers, it quickly became quite boring . . .
Running Ubuntu, the solution was quite simple : installing the numlockx package from the main repository.
Gaving Debian now, I tried the same :
The package did install actually, but seems like it was not enough. . .
To run on startup, this module had to be added to the list of apps to be started after the X server .
On my Openbox based Crunchbang, the solution was to edit my autostart.sh to add a new line :