Can you try updating the system, sometimes this can be happen due to
driver problems. Is this a usb key board?
On 12/3/09, Steve <yorvik.ubunto@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Wed, 02 Dec 2009 10:23:45 -0000, Carl Friis-Hansen
> <ubuntuuser@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On Wed, December 2, 2009 11:15, Ray Parrish wrote:
>>> I have an HP keyboard a friend gave me, and for some reason the numeric
>>> keypad isn't working in Ubuntu. It works just fine in Windows, so I'm
>>> assuming there is something wrong with the setting for which keyboard is
>>> Can someone point out my options, and a method of solving the problem?
>> I guess you just need to select the layout than matches your keyboard.
>> Assuming you are using Gnome desktop, you would probably like to go to:
>> System --> Preferences --> Keyboard --> Layouts --> Keyboard model:
>> and choose for example "Generic 105-key (Intl) PC"
> Have you pressed the Num Lock key. I have a Packard Bell keyboard that
> has the Num Lock LED on after boot up but, the Num Lock key has to bee
> pressed twice to key the numeric pad to work.
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