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Paul de Vrieze posted <email@example.com>, excerpted
below, on Thu, 07 Oct 2004 14:50:49 +0200:
> Well, there exists a utility called "setxkbmap" which can dynamically set
> the keyboard. Other utilities that come to mind for X keyboards are
> xmodmap and xkbprint (but there are more).
I think that first one was what I was trying to find, but couldn't
remember the name of or figure out what it was, when xorg's
XFree86-Standby key bug hit. I believe that's what I used b4, on Mdk.
Only I couldn't figure out what I needed on Gentoo, and the documentation
wasn't helping, so I just did it the hard way, which I could at least
figure out by trial and error.
See, /that's/ why decent documentation would be a /good/ thing! <g>
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