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Old 01-31-2004, 10:00 AM   #1
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Want to modify X keymap


When I switched to Kernel, 2.6.1 for some reason the backslash on my keyboard would not work, both in the console and in X. So I edited us.map.gz keymap and added a new key to it, to solve the console backslash problem.
But I don't know how to modify the keymap for X. Someone told me about the command setxkbmap in usr/X11R6/bin/, so I read the manpage, executed ./setxkbmap and still no change... I want to know where I can add/remove keys from my X key map.
 
  


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