Re: [SID] Keymap under X - solved for me
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- Subject: Re: [SID] Keymap under X - solved for me
- From: Michael Flaig <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2001 16:49:45 +0100
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- References: <20011120195031.A9200@cobra.local.lan> <1006292431.8232.23.camel@pismo> <20011121142026.A9940@cobra.local.lan> <1006354223.14613.42.camel@pismo> <20011121211453.C9940@cobra.local.lan> <20011121214040.A743@ursa.eunet.at> <email@example.com>
On 22 Nov 2001 09:05:44 +0100
> Georg Koss <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Hi all,
> > I own two keyboards - the original one I got with my G4 in summer
> > 2000. The bottom line contains from left to right in the main-block:
> > <Ctrl> <alt> <apple> <space> <apple> <cursor-keys>
> on my Ibook 2 with german keyboard, I have a different bottomm line:
> <fn> <Ctrl> <alt> <apple> <space> <apple> <newline> <cursor-keys>
And finally here is the Pismo 2000 Firewire one :
<fn> <CTrl> <alt> <apple> <space> <newline (undefined)> <alt> <cursors>
At Console I am using the Apple USB Keymap. This works perfect.
the <alt> is AltGR and the <apple> is Alt.
<alt> left and right generates the same keycode...
With the powerpcps2 cursors doesnt work and the <newline> is AltGR.
Some other AltGR + <KEY> Signs dont work :( So this keymap isnt usable, too.
What is the command to get keycodes in X11?
Perhaps I get this buggy keymap fixed ... ( if I will understand how xkb works ...
why cant it be so easy as it is with console keymaps... !?!? )
> I don't know how the newline is called, but I get a newline. :-) The
> german keyboard don't work under X.
I also called it newline, but in generates nothing at the moment ...
... delete would be great? or wouldnt it?
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