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Old 06-05-2007, 05:10 AM   #1
praveenya
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How to provide Keymaps support in a basic linux system in a simple way


I have configured basic system with kernel,busybox,X and icewm window manager.
Now I want provide keymaps support for that what is the simple way.
where can i find related packages.

I googled for this a lot i have confused among setxkbmap,xkbcomp, xmodmap and loadkeys etc... which will be better and simple.
 
  


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