Keymaps and how to make them

Florian E. Teply usenet at teply.info
Sat Oct 7 08:36:03 PDT 2006


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Hello LFS folks,

Currently i'm into bringing Linux to life on my trusty old Apple
Powerbook G3. While that 'book alone is quite a bit off the beaten track
of those x86 stuff, the keyboard is even more so. Apart from that, i'm
not running an english keyboard layout but a german one...
After quite a bit of research on the net i already found some generic
german keymap for mac keyboards, but it isn't more than that: generic.
The Problem here is, that laptops usually have keyboard layouts that are
 different from the standard desktop sort of stuff. So the keymap i
found makes the plain alphanumerical keys work, but i'm missing a couple
of "special" signs like the "@" sign or the Unix Pipe...

Could possibly someone give me a direction on how to edit those keymaps??

TIA
Florian
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