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m654321:
I am having great difficulty in configuring the keyboard for my Samsung notebook (model NP-145 or a.k.a. N145 Plus). Several of the keys do not produce the character indicated on them.

The LL 2.0 Keyboard application only lists 3 Samsung models to choose from, and the N145 Plus is not one of them. 

I'd be grateful for any assistance with this. If this Samsung model can't be configured with LL2.0, do you know of any other Linux distros (preferably Ubuntu based) that might work - maybe some of you already have experience with this?

Regards
Mike

Jerry:
Check here - https://www.linuxliteos.com/manual/ under Keyboard Function.

m654321:
Thanks Valtam for the above link - I had a look but couldn't find anything there to solve the keyboard configuration issue between Samsung N145 Plus and LL 2.0. I don't know if  gold_finger has any ideas on this one...

Mike

m654321:
Just for the record...

I tried Zorin Lite and Linux Mint and they appear to work fine with the Samsung N145 Plus notebook: no issues with either the keyboard layout or the display backlight.  Zorin Lite works right out of the box with no need for any further configuration or change of any settings at all.

However, I am still unable  to solve both these issue when I use LL 2.0 (32-bit) with this laptop, even though this is my OS of choice.  However, I must add that LL 2.0 works excellently on my other computer, an Asus X71Q laptop (64-bit), where it is multi-booted with three other distros.

I just need to sort out the Samsung issue... any help/comments/reflections out there gratefully appreciated...

Regards
Mike

Jerry:
Try this: http://twistedpairdevelopment.wordpress.com/2010/11/16/installing-ubuntu-on-a-samsung-n145-and-possibly-others/
The 'Function keys not working' section.

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