OpenSUSE :: Change Mapping For A Couple Of Keys In Russian Phonetic Layout

Sep 23, 2010

I'm trying to change mapping for a couple of keys in Russian phonetic layout.

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OpenSUSE Hardware :: Mapping G Keys On Logitech G15 Keyboard?

Dec 10, 2010

how to map the G keys. i tryed installing g15 daemon but now what am i supposed to do?

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Apr 7, 2011

I'm running Debian (Squeeze) and I have a toshiba portege m700. It has five buttons on the front just under the screen, which are the only ones accessible when you flip the screen over into tablet mode. One of them is for rotating the screen, and another is for switching to external display. I want to remap the remaining three to control, alt and super so that I can use shortcuts with the stylusThe problem is, when I used showkey to find out the key codes, I found out that each button generates more than one key code:Button 1:

key 126 press >> super_r, although this is distinct from the actual super key (125)
key 7 press >> 6
key 7 release
key 126 release

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: Keyboard Layout YAST - '{}@' Keys Don't Work

Sep 25, 2010

I used YAST to set my keyboard layout to Belgium AZERTY. But my '{}@' keys dont work. [ALT]+[CTRL]....

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Ubuntu :: Re-mapping Keys In Lubuntu?

Apr 17, 2011

I just ran my first Lubuntu session using a USB SD card install.Not bad overall.I would like to re-map two keys on my netbook to make this Lubuntu usable.I have learned that these two apps are the way to go.xevxmodmap Are they built into Linux?If they are, how do I run them?How do I get to a command line to run them once Lubuntu has loaded and I'm at the main screen?

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Ubuntu :: Weird Keys Mapping In X Session?

Apr 9, 2010

I've just upgraded my installed software packages to last version of Lucid and noticed a weird issue: my keyboard keys are all messed up. Although my keyboard layout is still US-105 keys, when I press (for instance) "asdfg", I get "abfhj" and for "ASDFG" I get "1a1b1f1h1j" !? This only happens when I am logged as user in a X session. Root sessions are OK

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Debian Multimedia :: Re-mapping Function And Multiedia Keys

Dec 10, 2014

I have a Logitech K830 wireless 'Living Room' keyboard for general use under Debian/Gnome. The function keys (F1-F12) operate in conjunction with the FN key. Various multimedia options are alternately available by pressing the function keys (F1-F12) without the FN key.

I want to make the function keys primary (not requiring FN). 'xmodmap -e "keycode 172 = F11"' reassigns F11 as expected, but xev reveals multicode output for some keys that I cannot similarly remap. The (de-tabulated) table shows xev output for press-events. Single F(n) keycodes are followed by the equivalent multimedia keycodes (e.g. F2[+FN] key is also 'Minimize window'[without FN]).

KEY STATEKEYCODE KEYSYM

FN+F1 0x0167 0xffbe, F1
Adjust backlight ---- -- ------, --

FN+F2 0x1068 0xffbf, F2

[Code]......

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OpenSUSE :: Change Keyboard Layout In LXDE?

Sep 15, 2010

I am using openSuSE 11.3 and LXDE.

How can I switch between British-English layout and Greek layout in LXDE?

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Debian Hardware :: Dell XPS L702X - 3 Touch Keys Mapping

Apr 12, 2014

I have a Dell XPS 17 L702X running vanilla Wheezy. The laptop has 3 special soft touch keys above the keyboard. Using Dell software in Windows you can configure these for whatever, but in Debian/Linux they share the same functions as keyboard keys.

Key 1 -> Super_L Q
Key 2 -> Brightness Down
Key 3 -> Doesn't seem to do anything and xev doesn't report any key codes

Apparently other XPS models have similar keys with the same problem. It's not a show stopper but it would be nice to have them working.

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Security :: Mapping Authorized Keys Enrty To Sshd Process?

Dec 19, 2010

When a user that has rsa public key set in ~/.ssh/authorized_keys file logs in via ssh an sshd process is started to handle the ssh session.Periodically we audit the authorized keys and remove them from the system and authorized_keys file. This means the next log in attempt will fail, which is fine.However we need to terminate current ssh sessions in progress that use the rsa key.I have not been able to determine a way to map sshd processes with authorized_keys entries.

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General :: Changing Non-printing Keys In Keyboard Layout

May 9, 2011

I'm trying to write a new keyboard layout. I'm testing using Debian Squeeze and Kubuntu 11.04, both with KDE. It is important to solve this issue with a keyboard layout as opposed to playing with xmodmap or scancodes and keycodes because I need to leave other keyboard layouts intact and usable. For the time being the new layout is called Noah, implemented as a variant of US English. If this is done more easily by making whole new layout that is not a variant of another then I am willing to go that route.

First off, I am trying to move the Caps Lock key to the current location of the "B" Key. This is my code (the unshown parts of the files have not been touched):

Code:

The problem is that this configuration is also affecting the US English layout. When I press "B" the keyboard gives a B _and_ a Caps Lock! So typing I get output like this: "keybOARD". How do I restrict the B key to being Caps Lock only in the Noah layout?

Here is the homepage of the Noah layout: [url]

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General :: Ubuntu - Custom Layout/group Switching Keys?

May 3, 2010

I'm using Ubuntu (Karmic) and 2 keyboard layouts. Using the gnome settings, I managed to set it to switch with Alt+Shift (windows style), but I really want to limit it to Right Alt + Right Shift, but that option isn't available in the gnome wizard. I've opened gconf-editor and found the kbd configuration, but trying to add 'r' or 'right_' prefixes to the keys didn't help.

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OpenSUSE Install :: Keyboard Layout Constantly Resets To Another Layout In OSUSE 11.3?

Aug 9, 2010

I have installed opensuse 11.3 a couple of weeks ago in 2 computers and both suffer of the same problem.In my asus laptop, i have a german keyboard. It is correctly recogniced as german keyboard by ev-dev, i guess. (ev-dev managed). But i need to write some spanisch symbols too, like accents (ᠩ ? 񬠷hich in a normal linux, they do work. For some reason, after rebooting, or after some time of having it running, the keyboard layout resets to an invalid setup, here accents get not over the letter (?a ?e ?i ?o ?u), so i have to select my layout again in the gnome control center.

With my other computermore or less the same.Its a desktop PC with an spanisch keyboard. But i thinck i picked German keyboard during installation and now it starts always with german with some sort of 5 secs delay when setting it. I have to pick spanisch and i always delete the german layout, but after some time having it running, it resets to the previusly deleted german layout.

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Ubuntu :: Change Key Mapping In 9.10?

Jan 17, 2010

I have found that the <Enter> key on the numeric keypad does not act the same as the <Enter> key on the main keyboard. Confirming a file copy in Gnome Commander for example. Using xev I found the following

Quote:

Main <Enter>
------------
KeyPress event, serial 36, synthetic NO, window 0x5600002,
root 0x25d, subw 0x5600003, time 44244330, (50,55), root799,113),

[code]....

So based on some research it seems I should be able to edit my ~/.Xmodmap to assign the same key (Return) to keycode 104 - the keypad <Enter> key. Except - I have no .Xmodmap. Did it move in Ubuntu 9.10? Do I have to create it? or does Ubuntu 9.10 use a "better" method of handling key mappings?

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Ubuntu :: Keys Are Not Working - When Want An @ Sign Cant Make That Sign - Keybaord Layout Has Been Changed

Mar 23, 2010

I have a problem my ubuntu is the latest distro but the shiftkeys are not working like when i whant an @ sign i cant make that sign the keybaord layout has been changed i even have done most of the solutions found on the site and no use.

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Slackware :: Change Mapping Of Fn Key For Run Level 3

Jun 27, 2010

I posted earlier regarding an issue with my netbook not having the <>| keys while on Scandinavian layout (Acer Aspire One 532H). I never use the "Fn" key on any laptop I have and it's especially disposable on this Netbook. While digging around in /usr/share/kbd/keymaps/i386/qwerty I've got the fi.map.gz open but unsure as to which is the fn key. How would I find out which maps to the fn key?

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OpenSUSE Network :: Start "Online Help" Application It Is In Russian Language

Feb 27, 2010

I am from Lithuania, but when I start "Online Help" application it is in Russian language. I believe this is a mistake, because English version of this page would be a lot more usefull.

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Ubuntu :: Change The Super (solo) Key Mapping?

Apr 17, 2011

I used to use super + x to open guake terminal. But now, in natty, super (solo) key is mapped to the unity launcher. How can I change that?

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Ubuntu :: How To Change Key-mapping For Apple Keyboard

Jul 21, 2011

I have Ubuntu 10.04 (Netbook Remix) installed on Asus EeePC 1000. Sometimes I use Apple Wired Aluminum keyboard for comfortable typing. There is no problem for me with netbook's keyboard, but i want to change the keys for the Apple one. For example: make F1-F12 keys really work like F-keys, not control keys; make Fn key to work like Insert key, and swap Cmd/Alt keys.

So, the main question - is it possible to change the layout of apple keyboard without changing the behavior of netbook keyboard? If not, then maybe there are some "switchers" that can constantly change mappings from one to another and back? And, at last, if there is no such tools, then what is the easiest way to do it manually?

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General :: Ubuntu : Change Keyboard Mapping?

Nov 1, 2010

I want to change my right alt key to perform a spacebar function.

how do I do this?

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CentOS 5 :: Change Keyboard Mapping On Login Screen?

Mar 4, 2009

I just installed Centos 5.2 with a netinstall usb key. I had no Belgium keyboard mapping available during installation, so I chose a fr-latin1 layout. Now this is the default keyboard mapping for the gnome login screen, and for every new user on the system. How can I change this to a Belgium keyboard layout? I can change it for myself within my gnome session in Preferences>Keyboard, but I haven't found how to change the "global" or default setting.

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Fedora :: How To Change Keyboard Layout

Apr 30, 2011

How can I change the keyboard layout to my language using command line? I'm running openbox.

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Ubuntu :: Change Around My Keyboard Layout A Bit?

Apr 19, 2010

I'd like to change around my keyboard layout a bit and can't figure out how. I'd really like to swap f1 and f7, f11 and f2, right alt and escape, backspace and caps lock, and a few of the letter keys. Is there any easy way to do this? (It's a confusing story about why I want to swap the f keys) Gnome, if it matters.

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Ubuntu :: Can't Change Keyboard Layout

Nov 10, 2010

i have ubuntu installed on my vps and when i open terminal or office to write something i type for example a i then get f on the screen?

i go to keyboard preferences and add my country layout which is sweden ..but it doesnt change even after that.

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General :: Change Keyboard Layout From US To UK (GB)?

May 13, 2011

I use Puppy Linux 5.1.1. My keyboard layout is US but I want it to be UK (GB). I have used the mouse/keyboard wizard (Choose keyboard layout for your country) in Setup and made all the right choices but nothing changes. In the 'Advanced Xorg keyboard configuration', when I choose 'layouts', I am told 'Your xorg.config file does not contain any Xkb layout options'.
What else can I do?

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General :: How To Change The Keyboard Layout

May 2, 2010

I have Debian running in Russian and English. The Russian keyboard layout isn't the typewriter standard, which I know and much prefer to the one it gives me.

NOTE: I am NOT using KDE or gnome. (ratpoison is my windows manager.) I need to solve this via CLI-based solution, I want it to affect the keyboard I get both in ratpoison and in a basic CLI tty (when I'm not in X).

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Ubuntu :: Change Keyboard Layout When One Key Isn't Working?

Jan 10, 2010

My R key isn't working anymore. I use Karmic Koala.

The keyboard preferences is set up for different languages, but that's not my problem.

I'd like to make it so when I type the key to the left of 1 (the one that types out ` and ~) that it types R.

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Ubuntu :: Change Keyboard Layout 9.10 Chroot

Mar 12, 2010

I'm rly poundering on the following problem. For our school assignment we need to make a liveCD (just a part of the assignment). I've stripped down a default ubuntu 9.10 . But I need to default keyboard layout to be azerty (belgium). When I run the liveCD in virtualbox and do dpkg -reconfigure console-setup it's all good.

But when I do it in chroot to change the liveCD, it gives an OK etc but when I pack it into an ISO again and run it ... Again US keyboard layout. Even on startup when I change the keymap it doesn't change to azerty... I rly don't know what to try now..

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Ubuntu :: Change Default Keyboard Layout

Jun 21, 2010

This was a fresh install of 10.04. I set the keyboard for UK Intl for use with a cordless keyboard. The keyboard turns out to be incompatible with 10.04, because it does not type the ' and " signs correctly. I tried another cordless keyboard with the same result. I gave up and attached a plug in usb keyboard which has a USA layout. I added USA International layout and set to apply system wide.

The problem is that whenever the computer is shut down and restarted it reverts to the UK setting, and even though I'm using a USA keyboard it still does not type the ' and " signs correctly. Can I fix this without doing a full re-install?

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Ubuntu :: Change Keyboard Layout In The Terminal?

Jun 19, 2011

I have Ubuntu Natty installed and I'm using German keyboard layout. If I try to change using CTRL-ALT-F1 into terminal then I have US keyboard instead of German. Howto change keyboard layout in the Terminal?

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