Re: xmodmap does not seem to work
Try "ln -s .xinitrc .xsession" and make sure that /etc/X11/config
contains the line "allow-user-xsession".
> I installed an .Xmodmap in my home (user) directory. It suppose
> to switch between hungarian and us keyboard by the use of the scroll
> lock key.
> Called the file up as
> xmodmap .Xmodmap
> in the .xinitrc file.
> It does not seem to map the keyboard.
> XF86Config is set up correctly for the keyboard.
> Using the same XF86Config and .Xmodmap file in the Red Hat distribution,
> and activating it in the .xsession file brings success.
> What is different in Debian.
> P.S. I also tried using the full path names for xmodmap and .Xmodmap.
> Hass, alkoss, gyarapits,
> S a haza fényre derül.
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