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From: 320095285153-0001@... (Achim Gottinger)
Subject: Re: keymaps
Date: Sun Jan 14 19:44:02 2001
Morgan Christiansson wrote:

> The se-latin1 keymap is a little wierd, perhaps adopting the redhat7
> keymap's or something would be a good idea?
>
> Support for windows keys would be nice too, you can use them for
> switching VT's, e.g. left windows key = alt-left and the opposite for
> the right.
>

Hmm, using

loadkeys /usr/share/keymaps/i386/include/windowskeys.inc.gz

does the job.

>
> In the se-latin1 they y and z key's have switched places, and åäö
> doesn't work either.

I took a look into se-latin1, it is based on qwerty which means y and z
are switched compared
to an us keyboard. If that's not what you have try to replace the line

include "qwerty-layout"

with

include "qwertz-layout"

Tell me if that is neccessary and I will modify our conosle-data
package.

Bye Achim

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