Subject: setxkbmap troubles
To: None <email@example.com>
From: John Steele Scott <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/20/2002 13:28:54
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I've just done my first-ever NetBSD/sparc install (1.6) on a Sparcstation=
- From what I understand, until wscons comes to sparc, there is no easy w=
change the key mappings for the console, but I should be able to change i=
I was thinking something like "setxkbmap -keymap type5_unix" might do wha=
want, but when I run setxkbmap it just says "Couldn't interpret=20
After a bit of googling I found a post=20
(http://xfree.org/pipermail/i18n/2000-November/000402.html) with a simila=
problem under XFree86, but I couldn't find a resolution anywhere.
I just want to have it so that the keypresses X gets are what corresponds=
what is written on the keys! Can anyone help me?
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