Nanonote-Debian key map problem
ruben at mostlymaths.net
Fri Jun 4 06:23:54 EDT 2010
Through ssh all works well, it is directly on the nano that bash,
emacs and even ash (and probably everything) fail to cope with, for
example, shift R (or caps lock R). Odd... :(
On Fri, Jun 4, 2010 at 12:09, marc zonzon <marc.zonzon at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2010/6/4 Rubén Berenguel <ruben at mostlymaths.net>:
>> Hi all,
>> as you may remember, I installed debian very recently. So far so
>> good... But the key map is not that good. As I know David has the same
>> rootfs as I do... David, Shift-R does indeed write a R? I have checked
>> (in Emacs), and almost half the shift-letters (caps) do not work as
>> Any work around? This severely cripples my use for it... Marc, did you
>> find this too?
>> * Rubén Berenguel
>> * http://www.mostlymaths.net
> Sorry I can help you much because, my keyboard work ok under emacs,
> either directly on vga, or under framebuffer console with fbterm, (and
> thru ssh but it don't use the BNN keyboard).
> I have all keys basic, shift, symbol, fn, alt is correctly mapped to meta.
> My Keyboard don't work well when I try to use Xorg (which in any case
> is too big for anything but a test, on BNN), or kdrive. In this case I
> have no shift, no modifier. But I suppose you don't use emacs on X.
> Have you also some problem under ssh?
> PS. As a side note if somebody has set a kbdmap for use with X on BNN,
> It would be nice to share it.
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