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Hi.
My installation is:
SCO Unix 3.2.v4.2 with AMR-Unterminal (multiconsole)
My problem is:
The lights´s of keyboard are working abnormally.

Once, if I write lowercase I must active the caps.
ONCE, IF I WRITE UPPERCASE Y MUST DESACTIVE THE CAPS.

With SCO Unix 3.2v.2.0 this problems no exists.

Please Help Me. (if possible quickly).
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ignatiev earned 100 total points
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my guess would be that the problem is the keyboard map. you can use xmodmap to edit it. e.g. put in
your .xkeycaps-like file lines:

...(stuff - the keycodes go)
keycode 0xB0(whatever it was before the problem) = Caps_Lock
...(stuff - the modifiers go)
clear Lock
add Lock    = Caps_Lock

and then
%xmodmap .xkeycaps


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