I don’t see a J in there, instead there are two L’s. A weird anomaly, almost as if somehow significant…
Arkisto, toukokuu 2014
”home” key on the PS/2 keyboard triggers sleep mode in Precise after installing linux-generic-lts-trusty
I have a HP/Compaq SDM4700P PS/2 keyboard, quite a prevalent model (I even have two myself). The keyboard has a set of 8 ”internet” keys on the top, one of which has a ”home” icon (so it’s supposed to be XF86HomePage I believe).
After installing linux-generic-lts-trusty (3.13.0-27.23 from -proposed), pressing the ”home” key triggers the computer going to sleep (powering down, power led starts blinking).
This did not happen with kernels prior to 3.13.
I installed and booted 3.13.0-24.47 (also available in the repositories now) and the issue was still reproducible.
To be sure, I also tried 3.11.0-22.38 and 3.8.0-41.60 again, and it was *not* reproducible.
(I wouldn’t have much use for the ”home” key as such, but as the keyboard lacks audio controls, I’ve remapped the ”home” key to be my XFAudioMute with ~/.Xmodmap. This was working fine until 3.13; now it still does mute the audio just before putting the computer to sleep. As I don’t use sleep mode otherwise, I’ve worked around this by adding an `exit` at the top of /etc/acpi/sleep.sh.)
And here I was thinking it was the gynecologist all along. Silly me.
The UUT did; the actual report (and the Finnish version of the news article) did say the investigation found numerous cases of both nonfatal and fatal suicide attempts. Yle’s English version of the news for some reason downplayed that by only referring to attempts.
I’ve never even seen a Nexus, so owning one would be pretty sweet. But anyway, good luck with the finals!