AW: [BL] german keyboard
Marcus.Mundt at forsa.de
Thu Jun 3 05:11:31 EDT 2004
>>Install the kbd.tgz package...
I got this package now and I also unpacked it. Now I need to know how to
I found the doinst.sh in the /install directory but I don`t know how to use
it and if it is needed to install a german keyboard. The mapping I want to
use is de.map.gz, it is in /usr/lib...
Please be helpful again
Von: baslinux-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org
[mailto:baslinux-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org]Im Auftrag von Sindi Keesan
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 27. Mai 2004 17:53
An: baslinux at lists.ibiblio.org
Betreff: Re: [BL] german keyboard
Install the kbd.tgz package from the Slackware version that matches your
version of BL and read the instructions that come with it. BL1 or 3 can
use SW3.x. BL2 uses SW7.x. The package comes with many standard
keyboards and you can also modify them and change screen fonts. This is
for the console mode. I am sure there is something similar for X.
On Thu, 27 May 2004, Marcus Mundt wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> As I`m a BasicLinux-newbie, I`m in need of help.
> My subjectline tells you nearly everything: I need a german keyboard
> (keymap). It isn`t really my, it`s the users.
> Can someone help?
> Thanks a lot
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