Subject: Re: Jornada 680 keyboard mapping
To: Valeriy E. Ushakov <email@example.com>
From: Michael Wileman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/27/2005 00:10:56
On Mon, 27 Jun 2005, Valeriy E. Ushakov wrote:
> On Sun, Jun 26, 2005 at 22:14:06 -0400, Michael Wileman wrote:
>> I have hpcsh working pretty well now, except for the keyboard mapping.
>> I have the European English keyboard, but cannot find the correct
>> wsconsctl encoding for it. Can anyone tell me what I have to do to
>> get the correct encoding?
> My fault. I didn't bother to put all the AltGr characters into the
> kernel map:
> * XXX: Add AltGr layer for #ABB here? OTOH, all the keys necessary
> * for basic actions in DDB or shell are on the primary layer, so it
> * makes sense to support AltGr via wsconsctl(8) instead, as the same
> * primary layer is used e.g. in Russian models. But it does make
> * sense to define the <AltGr> key itself here, as we base this layout
> * on KB_US that defines it as the right <Alt>.
It's funny because I cannot even get Alt-gr to be recognized. In the
default configuration (seems to be US) it gives me "/". In some of the
others it is "-".
> You can write your own keymap and load it via /etc/wscons.conf
> mapfile directive.
> keycode 2 = 1 exclam exclamdown
> keycode 3 = 2 at twosuperior
> keycode 4 = 3 numbersign threesuperior
Thanks. Is there some documentation somewhere for what these are. Some
of the characters I do not even recognize, but there should be a list
somewhere of which keys generate which keycode, and what each
character's name is in netbsd. No?