Subject: Re: german keyboard layout and NetBSD 1.1
To: None <netbsd-users@NetBSD.org,>
From: Hubert Feyrer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/07/2005 19:42:15
In article <E1EjOWk-0007XOemail@example.com> you wrote:
> I've a 486er Notebook with 4 MB RAM and I installed NetBSD 1.1 (A
> installation with >= 1.5 GENERIC/TINY wasn't run.)
Yumm, ancient. 8-)
> Now I like move the keyboard layout to german layout. I don't know
> how I do it. In >= 1.5 it give wsconsctl, but the 1.1-binaries from
> NetBSD-Archive haven't wsconsctl.
> Or, is it better, I update to >= 1.6 with self-compiled kernel? How
> can I do it over floppy drive or serial port (laplink cable)?
You will need a self-compiled kernel in any way as with 1.1 (IIRC) the
default console driver was pc(4) while only vt(4) supported changing
keymaps. If at all, I don't have all the sources here, and of course no
system to check. An option that was only documented in NetBSD 1.4 is:
# Keyboard layout configuration for pccons
(Personally, I'd recommend trying a 3.0_RC5/i386 "tiny" or "small"