I have had a Logitech Internet Navigator keyboard for some years now, and for the most part it works like I want it to. However, the function keys behave as special keys rather than function keys unless I turn on "F-Lock". Since I prefer to use the functions as function keys, that means I always have to remember to press that F-lock key whenever I boot/wake my system.
Is there any way for Linux to tell the keyboard to turn F-Lock on without me having to press the button? A simple utility that I can run from the command line would suffice, since I could call it from /etc/pm/hooks and from an init script on system boot.