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Special Forums UNIX Desktop Questions & Answers xterminal Post 27365 by mysth on Friday 30th of August 2002 04:21:12 AM
Old 08-30-2002
...while i am on it...

...where do i configure my settings?
well i did the normal configuration, but i got problems with my keyboard, too.
I can't use a German Keyboard, because some keys won't work.
Now I am using the american ASCI keyboard (at least the conifg widnow says that)

but i can't use my right-arrow. when i push it, i get to the kde 'start application'.

where can i change that?
('cause it really sucks working like that, for I work with vi...)


sorry for bothering y'all.

and thanks
 
AKBD(4) 						   BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual 						   AKBD(4)

NAME
akbd -- Apple Desktop Bus keyboard driver for wscons SYNOPSIS
akbd* at obio? wskbd* at akbd? console ? options ALTXBUTTONS options CAPS_IS_CONTROL options FORCE_FUNCTION_KEYS DESCRIPTION
This driver provides the wscons(4) driver with support for Apple Desktop Bus keyboards. To work around the limited number of buttons found on most ADB mice, one can map key sequences to trigger mouse button events. To map Option+1, Option+2, Option+3 to mouse buttons 1, 2, and 3 respectively, add the following line to your kernel configuration file: options ALTXBUTTONS On macppc systems it is possible to tweak the keyboard driver to treat the caps lock key on an ADB keyboard as a control key. This requires special remapping because of ADB's strange emulation of a mechanically-locked key. To enable this code add the following line to your kernel configuration file: options CAPS_IS_CONTROL On macppc PowerBooks, several function keys double as "hot keys" (brightness, volume, eject) when the Fn modifier is held down. Mac OS X likes to reprogram the keyboard controller to send hot key events when Fn is not held down and send function key events when it is. To transform the non-keyboard "button" events back into function key events, place the following line in your kernel configuration file: options FORCE_FUNCTION_KEYS SUPPORTED HARDWARE
NetBSD is known to support the following ADB keyboards: o On-board keyboards on PowerBook models o Apple Standard Keyboard o Apple Keyboard II o Apple Extended Keyboard o Apple Extended Keyboard II o Apple Adjustable Keyboard o Most third-party ADB keyboards are supported SEE ALSO
adb(4), wscons(4), wskbd(4), wsconsctl(8) BUGS
The number pad on extended keyboards does not send out the proper key codes for many applications. The LEDs on extended keyboards are not functional under NetBSD. BSD
September 21, 2003 BSD

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