After installing GhostBSD, selected keyboard layout was used in X/xorg, but not in console. According to this vt is the current default console. Keyboard layout is in /usr/share/vt/keymap/colemak.acc.kbd
Solution: edit /etc/defaults/rc.conf keymap="colemak.acc.kbd" and /etc/rc.conf...
I've been wanting to try out FreeBSD for a while now but I've ran into a problem when it comes to setting up the keyboard layout. When I choose the czech keyboard (qwertz with accent keys) I have the following problems -
1) The only accent letters that appear are the áíéú keys...
I have a ~16 years old Logitech USB keyboard that I use since today. Media keys are not recognize properly, and it is pretty buggy.
# usbconfig -d ugen0.4
ugen0.4: <Logitech Logitech USB Keyboard> at usbus0, cfg=0 md=HOST spd=LOW (1.5Mbps) pwr=ON (100mA)
It currently works with Windows and...
I'm using 13.0-RELEASE-p4 with x11-wm/openbox. I've set keyboard in ~/.config/openbox/autostart as:
setxkbmap -layout us,xx -option 'grp:win_space_toggle' &
I can't change the keyboard from time to time until I run that command in terminal again.
Do I need to set that in somewhere else? How...
Potentially strange question, but I'm trying to customize a secondary keyboard on a FreeBSD machine.
I have a standard keyboard, that I'd like to have behave as a "normal" keyboard. Then I have this bizarre hand-shaped keyboard, the Belkin n52te, that I'd like to use for controlling Open...
Hello to everyone.
The "Canc" key on my Italian keyboard doesn't behave like it behaves in Linux. I would like to know how to fix it. Below u can see what happens when I press "Canc" on Debian and on FreeBSD.
"Canc" behavior on Debian ...
I have a Cooler Master Devastator keyboard. It allows you to toggle its LED back-lighting with Scroll Lock.
I have recently installed FreeBSD in a VM (VirtualBox on Windows 10) so I can explore a Unix-like OS. It uses Scroll Lock to control console scrolling.
The problem I run across is that...
I have FreeBSD 11 on a Dell Latitude E6530 and I'm using Mate for my DE. I trying to figure out how to map the media (volume, play, pause, next, back) buttons. I'm not sure where to start looking to get this done. Any help would be appreciated.
I am restarting an install and was wondering if it was possible to set what I normally invision as setxkbmap -layout colemak -option ctrl:nocaps in the rc.conf file. Because I don't have X installed, and the usual /etc/default/keyboard file is missing (?) I'm wondering what options I have...
FreeBSD 10.2 (US English). Console Mode - No GUI
Developing a custom layout on Latin Alphabet.
1. Where can I find the existing keymaps so that I can edit them?
2. How to replace my existing layout with the custom layout?
3. How to revert back to old layout if anything goes wrong?
There is not "ñ" in my keyboard, and also some buttons are changed.
When I first installed FreeBSD, it was certainly fine. But when I start the LXDE environment, it was the wrong keyboard for me.
Can anyone help me (and others like me)?
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