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)?
In spanish/En castellano:
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