Re: Getting current keymap
12.09.2000 pisze Torsten Landschoff (email@example.com):
> That's why the includes are assembled into a self-contained keymap
> which is stored in /etc.
Only if you use pre-supplied keymaps. When you use customized ones
it's not that easy.
> BTW: The "correct" approach to this would be to have a kernel with
> the right keymap as the default :)
The best way to achieve this would be /lib/modules/telepathy.o ;-)
 like me, another keys for mode_switch ([LWin/Menu], not [Alt]),
some extra characters directly from keyboard (FYI, I have german QWERTZ
keyboard with QWERTY polish layout and umlauts with mode_switch + usual
umlaut place on german keyboard). And I WANT MORE KEYS. 105 isn't too
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