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Re: xorg and a Sun USB Type 6 keyboard with german layout
> Xev for me says:
> KeyPress event, serial 29, synthetic NO, window 0xe00001,
> root 0x101, subw 0x0, time 702468, (48,77), root:(1094,529),
> state 0x0, keycode 51 (keysym 0x23, numbersign), same_screen YES,
> XLookupString gives 1 bytes: (23) "#"
> XmbLookupString gives 1 bytes: (23) "#"
> XFilterEvent returns: False
> Can you try creating a ~/.Xmodmap file which has just one line:
I created that file with following line:
keycode 123 = BSlash
I restarted X but same result: nothing happens if I press "#". I
think ./Xmodmap wasn't loaded...
If I try to load the file with xmodmap ~/.Xmodmap I get the following
no-panic-hihihi$ xmodmap /home/helgoman/.Xmodmap
xmodmap: /home/helgoman/.Xmodmap:1: bad keysym name 'BSlash' in keysym
xmodmap: 1 error encountered, aborting.
What is the meaning of "BSlash"? Isn't it "backslash"?
I switched ~/.Xmodmap to:
keycode 123 = numbersign apostrophe numbersign apostrophe grave grave
I loaded it manually as above and now I get the numbersign (#) :-)
Do you know what to do to load that automaticly if I "startx"?
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