Numlockx is a command line tool that allows users to control the state of the Num Lock key on their keyboard. It is commonly used in Linux-based systems. With this tool, users can easily turn on or off the Num Lock key programmatically from the command line. This utility is particularly useful for those who frequently work with numbers or need to enter numerical data regularly. It provides a convenient way to automate the Num Lock functionality without manually toggling the key. Numlockx offers compatibility with different window managers and desktop environments, ensuring smooth operation across various Linux distributions. Overall, this command line tool simplifies the management of the Num Lock key, enhancing user experience and boosting productivity.
List of commands for numlockx:
numlockx:tldr:343a1 numlockx: Show the current number lock status.$ numlockx statustry on your machineexplain this command
numlockx:tldr:5532c numlockx: Toggle the current state.$ numlockx toggletry on your machineexplain this command
numlockx:tldr:5e17f numlockx: Turn the number lock on.$ numlockx ontry on your machineexplain this command
numlockx:tldr:8e233 numlockx: Turn the number lock off.$ numlockx offtry on your machineexplain this command