How to change hardware, usbkeyboard layout?
morten at klubblan.net
Sat Nov 1 16:12:00 CET 2008
Timo Juhani Lindfors wrote:
> Morten <morten at klubblan.net> writes:
>> Well, i've been searching quite thorough but haven't found anything. The
>> most logical thing for me would be to edit the /etc/X11/xorg.conf but it
>> issn't there :S
> Maybe you are running xglamo instead of xorg? Can you try with xorg first?
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Ah! Where would the config files for keyboard layout be for the xglamo then?
Untill i find a good solution, I've found a preliminary one: I use xmodmap
to change to a hardcoded layout. It's wery dirty, and not a good solution,
but it's the best I've got.
I've also got another question. Sometimes, after a suspend, the keyboard
will not work. I've viewed dmesg, and it seems like if it prints:
"power_supply bat: driver failed to report" the keyboard will not be
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