Carsten Haitzler (The Rasterman)
raster at rasterman.com
Mon Oct 12 15:23:34 CEST 2009
On Mon, 12 Oct 2009 15:19:47 +0200 Nils Bokermann <openmoko at bermuda.de> said:
> Joachim Ott wrote:
> > 2009/10/12 Nils Bokermann <openmoko at bermuda.de>:
> >> Al Johnson wrote:
> >>> On Thursday 08 October 2009, Nils Bokermann wrote:
> >>>> Hi!
> >> Hi!
> >>>> I'm trying to get my Neo running with shr. Whenever I'm trying to type
> >>>> in my password (consisting of upper and lowercase letters) I can use the
> >>>> "shift" key on the "Terminal" keyboard, but a lowercase letter is sent.
> >>>> How do I get uppercase letters?
> >>> Shift key gives upper case for me in shr unstable for every use I've
> >>> tried. What exactly are you trying to do?
> >> I'm trying to get my password typed in (which consists of lower-case and
> >> upper case letters...)
> >> What I experience (even in the terminal-application) is:
> >> I *can* use the shift-key and an uppercase-letter is shown as I type on the
> >> keyboard, but on the terminal-screen, a lowercase letter is written.
> > For the terminal: has someone (or something) changed the conversion
> > handling for input? When you type "stty -a", do you see a "-iuclc" in
> > the params or just a "iuclc"? For the latter case, you can fix that
> > with "stty -iuclc".
> Hi Joachim,
> its not only the terminal. And for sake of completness: the terminal is
> set -iuclc.
calitals (shift) works in illume upstream, in xephyr and as people say - works
on their gta02's with shr. i tested it and it works here. chances are u are
missing keymaps for x that indicate "shift + a == A". literally these keymaps
define such behavior and illume is just sending fake shifts+ a's to x via the x
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