Hello, On pirmadienis 10 Sausis 2011 13:27:51 Petr Salinger wrote: > > The change for freebsd-utils will be some new script like > > > > kbdcontrol -d | sed ... | kbdcontrol -l > > kbdcontrol -f 61 ESC[3~ > > TERM=cons25-debian > > Attached is the mentioned script. It have to be run directly on console > or by "sh keymap-policy.sh < /dev/console" > The keymap is altered system wide, i.e. on all virtual consoles. > And you have to manually set "TERM=cons25-debian" aftewards. > > The (current) reset back is > /etc/init.d/kbdcontrol start > kbdcontrol -F > TERM=cons25 > > Please could you test whether it work with your > native national keymap as expected ? It works fine. Both shell and vim behave as I expect now. > The expected installed (and running) packages versions are: > freebsd-utils 8.1-3.1 > kfreebsd-8 8.1+dfsg-7.1 > ncurses 5.7+20100313-5 > > RFC part: > The integration should be into /etc/init.d/kbdcontrol, > by adding two targets, like keymap-native and keymap-debian. > > May be it can be run even semi-automatically, by > detecting whether the /etc/inittab uses cons25 or cons25-debian > and noop or alter keymap. Yes, I like the latter (auto detection) part. Another solution could be a debconf question in kbdcontrol (though it might be too late for this). What's more, I think this issue (with short instructions whatever the final integration part ends up being) warrants a note in release notes. -- Modestas Vainius <email@example.com>
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