Is there a way to disable the Caps Lock at boot, so it won't bother me when logging in?
Laptop: old Multicom Xishan W530E bought at http://multicom.no. OS: Ubuntu 14.04.
My latop has a problem with the Caps Lock button. It keeps toggling on/off. It seems like it's a hardware issue, as I experience the same problem on Windows and other distros.
For some reason, the problem does not occur at the disk unlocking screen (?) before the login screen appears.
I've disabled the key with gnome-tweak-tool, and have tried most other fixes I could google up.
My main problem now is how these fixes only seems to work after I've logged into a user account. Writing my password on the log in screen is still at the mercy of the dreadful Caps Lock.
The laptops BIOS settings doesn't have options for the keyboard, as far as I can see.
Thank you for any and all help!