full-keyboard for Om 2008.08?
leetdood16 at gmail.com
Sun Aug 10 15:40:40 CEST 2008
Hmm figured out why my above fix was only working on my asu build and not my
om2008.8.... need to install
this version seems to let me use whatever keyboard i like, which is how it
should be. hope it doesnt magically disappear >.> .....
Dirk Bergstrom-2 wrote:
> DooD wrote:
>> The files you need to edit are under
>> I believe there is a Full-QWERTY.kbd in there, just backup the
>> and replace it with the Full-QWERTY.kbd
>> mv Default.kbd Defaultbackup.kbd
>> mv Full-QWERTY.kbd Default.kbd
>> /etc/init.d/xserver-nodm restart
> I tried this, but I still get the standard keyboard.
> Somewhere along the line I installed the illume package with the
> 'qwerty' icon. Maybe that has something to do with this?
> Also, I see this interesting comment in Default.kbd:
> # if the key out is in quotes - "q" for example, then this key is used for
> # typing words and can be part of a dictionary match, any other key when
> # pressed will end the dictionary match (u can disable dictionary
> # matching in
> # a layout by not having any outputs in quotes)
> So, that implies that if I can just get the system to recognize
> alternate kbd files, I can turn off dictionary matching, which would
> make me rather happy.
> Hmmm, waitaminnit, looking at the files in that directory, I don't think
> they control the standard 2008.08 keyboard. I'm talking about the one
> where you flick up/down to "shift" to other layouts.
> Sigh. I guess I'm still stuck with the irritating keyboard. What's it
> Dirk Bergstrom
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