Subject: Re: NetBSD 3.0 doesn't like Swiss French keyboard for wscons ?
To: Gilles Gravier <Gilles@gravier.org>
From: Eric Buchanan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/20/2006 14:55:27
I'd make sure you have an entry like this in /etc/wscons.conf:
# Select a kernel builtin keyboard map by uncommenting the following line a=
# altering the country code to your requirements
# (choose from user, us, uk, de, dk, it, fr, jp, sv, no, es, pt).
# See wsconsctl(8), pckbd(4), ukbd(4) etc. for more details.
This way it will be configured for your keyboard choice at reboot or exitin=
single user mode.
El Lun 20 Feb 2006 02:04 PM, escribi=F3:
> Just upgraded from NetBSD 2.0.2 to NetBSD 3.0. During the upgrade, I was
> asked if I wanted to change keyboard. I did. I selected Swiss French.
> After reboot, I get an error message which says :
> bash-3.1# wsconsctl -w encoding=3Dsf
> wsconsctl: WSKBDIO_SETENCODING: Invalid argument
> If I use encoding=3Dus , it works fine :
> bash-3.1# wsconsctl -w encoding=3Dus
> encoding -> us
> So... how do I configure for Swiss French keyboard on console? Or... is
> it, actually, possible?