There could have been one 11 years ago though. But I haven't found any. Problem? I wouldn't say problem. It's a design choice. One many people complain about that's why there is a switch option in other BIOS and the new keyboard I got has the keys places correctly. Operation system doesn't come into play here, since the fn key works even without one running. And of course I removed Windows. I have OpenBSD. Anyway, this is about the fn key being left of the left Ctrl key. This might be fine for the Windows people I'm sure, but for a terminal user this is crippling. I wouldn't have said anything if I hadn't found a replacement keyboard were the keys are placed correctly - left Ctrl all the way left and the Fn key on the right. Unfortunately this a BIOS not a keyboard issue, so now it looks right, but the keys are still wrong. Anyway, I'm not even sure that an update would contain the "swap ctrl and fn key" setting. But at this point? Well, I could try and resolder the connections in the keyboard. Actually, I'm gonna completely take apart the original one I took out. Maybe this is doable.
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