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Old 05-02-2006, 06:55 AM   #1
Honzik
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Unhappy Problem with key mapping


Hello,
i have a small problem with keymap.

I use a shell program, that use old key collocation (think keyboard with F1 - F20, return ...).

Can mapping from this keyboard all keys, out of key "Do".
I donīt what keycode have, even what command use.

Have everyone any halp for me?

Thanks Honzik

P.S. pleas excuse my englisch
 
Old 05-07-2006, 09:50 PM   #2
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xev

Have you used xev? Type xev in a terminal window and the xev gui appears. Type any letter on your keyboard. The keysym, along with alot of other info, will be displayed. You need to know the keysym to remap keys on the keyboard.
 
Old 05-08-2006, 04:53 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by monkster
Have you used xev? Type xev in a terminal window and the xev gui appears. Type any letter on your keyboard. The keysym, along with alot of other info, will be displayed. You need to know the keysym to remap keys on the keyboard.
Hi,
no, I am not used xev, but I kan its.

Yesterday resolve I this problem.
1. i look in to /dev/termcap
2. i found in the termcap, how are mappink keys F1-F20, has been key F16, but on old keyboard wasn't.
Keyboard hawe instead of key "Do".

So i felt key Esc mapping as kye F16 and was ready. Key Esc work ready.

Thanks Honzik
 
  


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