Leonardo, > Greetings. By reading the archive of this list, I've been able to set > up Japanese input under X, and I'm very glad with that. But now I want > to write with jvim-canna in kon2 too. > > To input Japanese under kinput2 I need to press control-Kanji, but my > keyboard don't have a Kanji key! Fortunately, I can run > xmodmap -e 'keycode 115 = Kanji' > to change that useless Windows key in a Kanji key. However, I don't know > how to do this in the console. I use kon2, kinput2, and canna. This is how I set up things: I have a Japanese keyboard, and the key that I like to reymap has keycode 41. The keycode can be found out by running "showkey", from the 'console-tools' package. Just press the key, and you will find out the keycode. Now, I run the script jp-keyboard. This sets up the keymap for the keyboard. This is the line I added to jp106.kmap: keycode 41 = Control_backslash I modified the kmap for _my_ keyboard. These files are found in /usr/share/keymaps/. Pick your keyboard from there. Add the above lines to make *every* program understand your special sequence. You need not run xmodmap after that... It helps to keep jp-keyboard, and jp106.kmap in /etc/rc.boot, making jp-keyboard executable. The files are attached. :) Vikram -- http://www.mayin.org/~aragorn : オンライン 家, でも 2-3-13-203: 天国
#!/bin/sh # To set the funny japanese key so that I don't have to do Ctrl \ /bin/loadkeys /etc/rc.boot/jp106.kmap echo "Loaded the custom Taka keyboard"
# jp106.map : Japanese 106 keyboard keymap # # Date: Tue, 20 Aug 1996 16:15:31 +0900 # From: Hideya Hane <email@example.com> # # Modified by Vikram <firstname.lastname@example.org> keymaps 0-1,4-5,8-9,12 alt_is_meta include "qwerty-layout" include "linux-with-two-alt-keys" strings as usual compose as usual for "iso-8859-1" keycode 1 = Escape keycode 2 = one exclam keycode 3 = two quotedbl keycode 4 = three numbersign control keycode 4 = Escape keycode 5 = four dollar control keycode 5 = Control_backslash keycode 6 = five percent control keycode 6 = Control_bracketright keycode 7 = six ampersand control keycode 7 = Control_underscore keycode 8 = seven apostrophe keycode 9 = eight parenleft keycode 10 = nine parenright keycode 11 = zero asciitilde control keycode 11 = nul keycode 12 = minus equal keycode 13 = asciicircum asciitilde control keycode 13 = Control_asciicircum keycode 14 = Delete control keycode 14 = BackSpace keycode 15 = Tab keycode 26 = at grave control keycode 26 = nul keycode 27 = bracketleft braceleft keycode 28 = Return alt keycode 28 = Meta_Control_m keycode 29 = Control keycode 39 = semicolon plus keycode 40 = colon asterisk control keycode 40 = Control_g # # This is the line that I added... keycode 41 = Control_backslash # # keycode 42 = Shift keycode 43 = bracketright braceright control keycode 43 = Control_bracketright keycode 51 = comma less keycode 52 = period greater control keycode 52 = Compose keycode 53 = slash question control keycode 53 = Delete shift control keycode 53 = Delete keycode 54 = Shift keycode 56 = Alt keycode 57 = space control keycode 57 = nul keycode 58 = Caps_Lock keycode 86 = less greater keycode 89 = backslash underscore control keycode 89 = Control_backslash keycode 92 = space keycode 94 = space keycode 97 = Control keycode 124 = backslash bar control keycode 124 = Control_backslash
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