paul at boddie.org.uk
Fri Dec 7 19:25:19 EST 2012
On Saturday 08 December 2012 00:56:41 Alexander Stephen Thomas Ross wrote:
> On 07/12/12 08:42, Bas Wijnen wrote:
> > The key mappings (like number key combinations) of the Ben are in the
> > kernel. It isn't a very good place for them, but they are there anyway,
> > so you may as well add these to it as well.
> Oh great. In the kernel. Way ahead of my level. Arr well will have to do
> a rough workaround to try the idea out.
Weal or wheel? Anyway, I suppose it depends on what level you want to change
this. Changing key mappings on a global basis is arguably too disruptive for
something that may only be needed for a few specialised applications, but for
console-related stuff, you should be able to use the loadkeys, dumpkeys and
showkeys commands for this purpose:
I've done this on my NanoNote, but I don't remember exactly which commands I
used or what I changed, but it is possible.
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