Re: testing kernel-image 2.6.8-amgia
On Wed, 1 Sep 2004, Lance Tagliapietra wrote:
> Um, well, my guess on how to disable the loading of the keymap in /etc
> would be to move the contents of /etc/console so boottime.kmap.gz can't
> be found. My suspicion is that this is probably not correct....
Add `-b' to the kernel command line, and you'll get a shell with the default
keymap, which should work (US QWERTY).
Then try `loadkeys <map>'. If it works, find the string `amiga-<map>' in /etc
(don't know which file) and replace it by `<map>'.
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