I think this is purely a kde issue. Check under System Settings > Startup and Shutdown > Service Manager > Startup Services > Keyboard DaemonThe box should be checked to enable different keyboard layouts.
Upon trying to access Power Management through System Settings I receive an awesome red box with an X in it and the following: "Power Management configuration module could not be loaded. The Power Management Service appears not to be running.
Hi guys,Just in case it helps anyone, I had the same problem, but the solution I have found is different. All I had to do was to go to System Settings --> Startup and Shutdown --> Service Manager (tab) --> Startup Service (lower section). Then you have to make sure the Power Management service is checked and running.
I'm running 32-bit 13.10 on a laptop with 2 GiB of RAM.
I'm having issues switching Keyboard Input. My computer uses a US English QWERTY layout by default and I want to enable Korean input. I have Korean language installed via System Settings > Country/Region & Language.
I put xmodmap -e 'keycode 97 = backslash' into a script that is executed at startup. My hardware is a Japanese keyboard, so it lacks some keys and has some extra ones and I am trying remap some of the keys that are missing to some of the keys that are new. This however shows some erratic behaviour when also using different keyboard layouts at the same time.
Minimizing the amount of time required to boot a computer system is important regardless of whether you are turning on your home computer or restarting a server that provides services to thousands of users. This article discusses the various system startup and shutdown mechanisms that are used on different Linux distributions.