Regarding How to disable on screen keyboard on ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Gunnar Hjalmarsson ubuntu at
Wed Sep 6 08:50:21 UTC 2023

Hmm.. Standard support for Ubuntu 18.04 ended last June. Would such a 
bug report really be considered?

/ Gunnar

On 2023-09-06 09:52, Tim Andersson wrote:
> Hi Koutilya,
> Thanks very much for taking the time to report this bug!
> Please could you re-create the issue on your system, press alt+f2 and then
> enter `ubuntu-bug gnome-shell` after doing so. This'll take you through the
> steps to file a bug on launchpad, and upload all the necessary logs
> automatically. It'll then be much easier to get that bug in the right hands
> for you and get a fix on the way.
> For more information about the bug reporting process, you can read this
> wiki page:
> There is also this wiki page which covers more or less the same topic but
> in a much more verbose manner, you can consult it if anything is unclear
> from the previous wiki page:
> .
> Thanks,
> Ubuntu QA Team
> On Tue, Sep 5, 2023 at 4:04 PM Koutilya Gurjikindi <
> koutilyagurjikindi at> wrote:
>> Dear Ubuntu Quality Team,
>> I am writing to you today to report a bug in the Ubuntu 18.04 keyboard
>> disabling feature. I have tried to disable the keyboard using the gnome
>> commands, but the keyboard automatically re-enables when I enter a text
>> input field. I have also tried using Block caribou and onboard, but these
>> tools did not work either.
>> I have attached the output of the gnome commands that I used to disable the
>> keyboard. I have also attached the output of the error messages that I
>> received when I tried to use Block caribou and onboard.
>> I would appreciate it if you could look into this bug and let me know if
>> there is a way to permanently disable the keyboard in Ubuntu 18.04.
>> Thank you for your time and consideration.
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