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xset led on isn’t working

You’re trying to turn on the backlight of your keyboard using the command xset led on. But it’s not working! But it’s supposed to work.

In today’s article, I will show you how you can solve this problem. You can solve this problem in only 3 steps.

Step 1

Open your terminal and type sudo nano /etc/gdm3/custom.conf to edit the “custom.conf” file. Note that, you must need to open it with sudo access, otherwise you can’t save the changes.

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Step 2

You’ll see that the waylandenable is false. It will be like WaylandEnable=false. All you have to do is, change it to WaylandEnable=true and save the custom.conf file using ctrl + s. Now you’re good to go.

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Step 3

Now restart or reboot your system and choose Gnome XOrg during the login.

After that try to execute the command again and it will work.

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