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I am using Ubuntu GNOME 15.10, and I am encountering a problem: The usage of the F* keys keeps on changing. At the start of each session, to change the volume, I will use just F9/F10/F11 (volDown, volUp, mute), but not long into the session, I have to now use the Fn button as well to complete it. This is happening with all of the F* buttons. What do I do?
which version of gnome is ubuntu gnome 15.10 using?
(confusing question? 15.10 is the ubuntu version, not gnome's)
in any case, you should read through that bug report, if it is your problem. there's even a fix for ubuntu gnome.