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Re: Setting console keybindings



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>>>>> "Paul" == Paul D Smith <pausmith@nortelnetworks.com> writes:
 
 
    Paul> It's sure a shame that there's no way to include extra,
    Paul> user-specifiable settings that don't require modification of
    Paul> standard files; say you create a
    Paul> /etc/console-tools/user.kmap file and the toolset
    Paul> automatically appends the contents of that file to the
    Paul> default keymap when it builds it, or something.

What's about using loadkeys and other keymap-utilities...

Dump the contents of the keymap with dumpkeys; edit this file at your
taste; save it and call it at your login ( in .bash_profile .zlogin or
according to whatever shell you are using) with:

loadkeys mykeymap

Everything at user level and it's working fine.

man loadkeys dumpkeys showkey & Keyboard-and-Console-HOWTO at
www.linuxdoc.org/HOWTO/Keyboard-and-Console-HOWTO.html
HTH

MH

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