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Re: Need your input for keymap configuration



> As you may have seen from recent bug reports ;), I'm currently adding
> support for debconf-driven keymap choice to console-data and friends,
> but need the following help for ppc/m68k machines:
> 
> * what sub-architectures are there for each arch ?
>   My guess: m68k -> atari, amiga, sun, next(, mac) ; ppc -> mac, RS/6000

m68k: amiga, atari, mac, bvme*
powerpc: apus, chrp, pmac, prep (mbx)


> * how may I caracterize each of these archs ?  IIRC I was told about
>   some field in a /proc file, but I'd need more precise info,
>   ie. exact strings/regexps to match
> 

To select it from /proc this will help:

case "$arch" in
      m68k)
        # When I was and my heart was an open book, I thought awk was not Essential...
        # machinemodel=$(cat /proc/hardware | ( read line; set -- $line; if [ "$1" = "Model:" ]; then echo $2 ; fi ))
        machinemodel=$(awk '/Model:/ { print $2 }' < /proc/hardware)
        case "$machinemodel" in
          Amiga) ln -sf amigamouse /dev/mouse ;;
          Atari) ln -sf atarimouse /dev/mouse ;;
          Macintosh) ln -sf adbmouse /dev/mouse ;;
          Motorola|BVME4000|BVME6000) echo "Warning: $machinemodel machines have no supported mouse type." ;;
          *)
            echo "Warning: cannot auto-detect mouse; unknown model of Motorola m68k machine."
            echo "Please send mail to <debian-68k@lists.debian.org> describing your hardware." ;;
        esac ;;
      powerpc)
        machinemodel=$(awk '/^machine/ { print $3 }' < /proc/cpuinfo)
        case "$machinemodel" in
          Apus) ln -sf amigamouse /dev/mouse ;;
          CHRP|PReP) ln -sf psaux /dev/mouse ;;
          PowerMac|[Pp]ower[Bb]ook*|Power) ln -sf adbmouse /dev/mouse ;;
          iMac*|PowerMac1*) ln -sf usb /dev/mouse ;;
          *)
            echo "Warning: cannot auto-detect mouse; unknown model of PowerPC machine.  Please"
            echo "send mail to <debian-powerpc@lists.debian.org> describing your hardware." ;;
        esac
    esac


> * what to those subarches use for a set keymap ?  It may be obvious
>   for some, as we have the amiga, atari, mac, and sun sets of
>   keyboards in /usr/share/keymaps/, but as there are several
>   generations of machines for some sub-arches, I'd like to know all
>   that is is to know in this field.

#if #cpu (m68k)
  struct d_choices keymaps_ami[]={
    { "amiga-us",        "U.S. English (Amiga)"      , KBD_C},
    { "amiga-de",        "Germany (Amiga)"           , KBD_de_DE}
  };
  int nchoices_ami=2;
  struct d_choices keymaps_ata[]={
    { "atari-us",        "U.S. English (Atari)"      , KBD_C},
    { "atari-de",        "Germany (Atari)"           , KBD_de_DE},
    { "atari-se",        "Sweden (Atari)"            , KBD_sv_SE},
    { "atari-uk",        "English (Atari Falcon)"    , KBD_en_UK},
  };
  int nchoices_ata=4;
  struct d_choices keymaps_mac[]={
    { "mac-us-std",      "U.S. English (Mac, 82 keys)"     , KBD_C},
    { "mac-us-ext",      "U.S. English (Mac, extended kbd)", 0},
    { "mac-fr2-ext",     "France (Mac, extended kbd)"      , KBD_fr_FR}
  };
  int nchoices_mac=3;
  int nchoices;
#elif #cpu (powerpc)
  struct d_choices keymaps[]={
    { "i386/qwerty/us",                  "U.S. English (QWERTY)"           , KBD_C},
    { "i386/azerty/be-latin1",           "Belgium"                         , KBD_fr_BE},
    { "i386/qwerty/bg",                  "Bulgarian Cyrillic"              , 0},
    { "i386/qwerty/cf",                  "French Canadian"                 , KBD_fr_CA},
    { "i386/qwertz/croat",               "Croatian"                        , 0},
    { "i386/qwerty/cz-lat2",             "Czech"                           , KBD_cs_CZ},
    { "i386/qwertz/de-latin1-nodeadkeys","Germany"                         , KBD_de_DE},
    { "i386/qwerty/dk-latin1",           "Danish"                          , KBD_da_DK},
    { "i386/dvorak/dvorak",              "Dvorak"                          , 0},
    { "i386/qwerty/es",                  "Spain"                           , KBD_es_ES},
    { "i386/qwerty/fi-latin1",           "Finland"                         , KBD_fi_FI},
    { "i386/azerty/fr-latin1",           "France"                          , KBD_fr_FR},
    { "i386/qwerty/gr",                  "Greek"                           , KBD_el_GR},
    { "i386/qwerty/hebrew",              "Hebrew"                          , 0},
    { "i386/qwertz/hu",                  "Hungary"                         , KBD_hu_HU},
    { "i386/qwerty/is-latin1",           "Iceland"                         , KBD_is_IS},
    { "i386/qwerty/it",                  "Italy"                           , KBD_it_IT},
    { "i386/qwerty/jp106",               "Japan"                           , KBD_ja_JP},
    { "i386/qwerty/no-latin1",           "Norway"                          , KBD_no_NO},
    { "i386/qwerty/pl",                  "Poland"                          , KBD_pl_PL},
    { "i386/qwerty/ru",                  "Russia"                          , KBD_ru_RU},
    { "i386/qwerty/se-latin1",           "Sweden"                          , KBD_sv_SE},
    { "i386/qwertz/slovene",             "Slovene"                         , 0},
    { "i386/qwerty/sk-qwerty",           "Slovak"                          , 0},
    { "i386/fgGIod/tr_f-latin5",         "Turkish F"                       , KBD_tr_TR},
    { "i386/qwerty/uk",                  "United Kingdom"                  , KBD_en_UK},
    { "mac/mac-de-latin1-nodeadkeys",    "Germany (Mac)"                   , 0},
    { "mac/mac-fr2-ext",                 "France (Mac, extended kbd)"      , 0},
    { "mac/mac-us-ext",                  "U.S. English (Mac, extended kbd)", 0},
    { "mac/mac-us-std",                  "U.S. English (Mac, 82 keys)"     , 1}
  };




Hope this helps,



      Hartmut


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