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    KeyFault Latest version


    KeyFault (Keyboard Auto-Default) is a small application that runs in the background and reverts the keyboard layout to the default once the screensaver has activated, the display has turned off, or the computer has been idle for a prolonged period of time (defaults to 1 hour).

    If you use multiple keyboard layouts throughout your session, and you usually realise something's off after your 3rd lockscreen password attempt, then you know what I'm talking about.


    Arch > Manjaro > etc.

    pamac build keyfault-bzr

    Ubuntu > etc.

    sudo add-apt-repository ppa:robert-tari/main
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install keyfault

    From source

    Build dependencies [1]

    Runtime dependencies [1]

    [1] The package names may slightly vary among various Linux flavours
    [2] Some Linux flavours package development libraries separately, while some have them as part of the base package.

    bzr branch lp:keyfault
    cd keyfault
    # To install it
    sudo make install
    # To remove it
    sudo make uninstall

    The application will start automagically on reboot.


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