The goal of the QMK software project is to develop a completely customizable, powerful, and enjoyable firmware experience for any project - keyboard or otherwise - and to provide helpful, encouraging, and kind support and feedback for people with any software development experience.
The status LEDs don’t light up/light up incorrectly on Linux in certain circumstances. This is because, if NKRO is enabled it will send two LED states, one for the 6KRO interface, and one for the NKRO interface. QMK interprets the NKRO report ID as the LED state and turn on the num lock and scroll lock LEDs.
If we have two bytes, that probably means the first is a report ID. The 6KRO interface may or may not have one, but the NKRO interface always does, so we need to check this regardless of whether KEYBOARD_SHARED_EP is defined.