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Re: wscons, usb keyboard and bépo
On Fri, Apr 6, 2012, at 21:04, hans dinsen-hansen wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 6, 2012 at 7:46 PM, Ian D. Leroux <idleroux%fastmail.fm@localhost>
> > wsconsctl map
> If, however, we ask for a map on a USB-keyboard, we get some kind of a
> raw map even if
> wsconsctl -a
> says encoding=dk.
> The main problem for me - and I guess for Kooda - is: From where do we
> get our information to be used when your only keyboasrd is a USB-keyboard.
Thanks for the clarification. If wsconsctl map doesn't give usable
output, then we can always fix the errors in the map the hard way: by
seeing which keys are mapped to the wrong place and swapping the
corresponding entries in the map file.
Koodo: could you tell us what characters you get when you type the top
left keys on your keyboard, the ones that should read "qwert" on a us
keyboard, "azert" for fr, and "bépo" with the user-defined map? If the
map is just garbled, we should be able to ungarble it. If something
else is going wrong, we may learn something in the attempt.
(Of course, if "wsconsctl map" produces anything legible, that might
be valuable information).
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