Yes, that is where I got the idea from. But the C program there implies
i'm using X, which i'm not. From what I understood, the functions lie on
Xlib.h so they shouldn't work without X. I could be wrong tho. But I don't
even have X libs installed on the machine in question.
> Something similar (playing sounds or blinking keyboard leds on firewall
> activity) was mentioned on Slashdot last week. Have a look at
> On Fri, Jun 18, 2004 at 07:08:31PM -0000, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
>> I've been trying to find a program on the ports that allows me to change
>> the state of the keyboard LEDs. I want to put the keyboard on the room
>> wall and make a script to call a program which makes leds blink
>> to the kind of traffic being blocked on the firewall. I want a program
>> blink 1 - blinks num lock
>> blink 2 - blinks caps lock
>> blink 3 - blinks scroll lock
>> If there isn't such a program on the ports, perhaps someone with the
>> knowledge to write this program could do it ? I don't touch C for many
>> many years and couldn't find any function to do this.
>> Any help appreciated! :-)
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