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From: "Calum Selkirk" <cselkirk@g.o>
Subject: Re: default /etc/syctl.conf and keyboard_sends_linux_keycodes
Date: Wed Jul 24 23:18:01 2002
* Kevyn Shortell [kevyn@...] [2002-07-24 08:34 -0700]:

> That or tell people to stop compiling in "CONFIG_MAC_ADBKEYCODES"

Yes .. there is no need for it, however a /etc/sysctl.conf could enforce
linux_keycodes. Oftentimes, people will run into this not from building
their own kernel (in ppc-sources CONFIG_MAC_ADBKEYCODES=n) but from
using a pre-compiled kernel from who knows where.

Additionally, an existing /etc/sysctl.conf would give the user some idea
of sysctl (and it's syntax) and save all the echo foo > /proc/* (this
was mentioned, i think, on -core recently). *IF* we felt so enclined we
could even mention it in s/docs// ;)

best

cal


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