If your keyboard lacks LED lights on the caps lock, number lock and scroll lock keys, try this nifty indicator applet for Ubuntu.
Own a flashy Razer keyboard or mouse and want to make it play nice on Linux? This new open-source app can help.
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Keyboard configuration is a crucial part of any modern desktop operating system, and GNOME is working to make its even better.
Want to disable or turn off the new keyboard indicator in Ubuntu 13.10? It's easy enough to do; in this post we'll show you how.
In the dwindling but over-crowded market of identkit desktop PCs it helps to 'stand out from the crowd'. So does computer outfit Diablotek's unimaginatively named Ubuntu-powered "Keyboard PC" have what it takes to differentiate itself?
Finding 'the right' kind of keyboard is a subjective affair, but one niggle that bugs me, as a Linux user, is seeing them come with a Windows logo on the 'Super' key. So I was stoked to see industrial tech engineer and inventor Jason Gidding's Multi-Touch Glass Keyboard - which has surpassed its Kickstarter funding goal of $50,000 for prototype, tooling and pre-production of the device - shuns the familiar emblem in favour of something less OS-bound.
A new officially branded waterproof keyboard has gone on sale in the Canonical store - albeit one with what appears to be a Windows key.