1. madwebness

    How to make 2 keyboards emit different key-codes for the same key?

    The title may not be the exact description of my "wants", but I think it highlights the best possible (and universal) approach. I have a regular keyboard. Then I have a small USB device with merely 4 buttons or keys on it. It is identified as a keyboard in /dev both as kbd8 and ums3 - those...
  2. Lord_Devi

    How to Switch CAPS with both CTRL and ESC

    Hello, I'm relatively new to FreeBSD. Long time Linux user. I am trying to configure my keyboard inside of X to provide the following functionality to my Caps_Lock key: - Holding Caps_Lock behaves as if holding down Control modifier. - Tapping (Pressing) Caps_Lock sends ESC code. - Tapping...
  3. NapoleonWils0n

    Change the layout on an external keyboard

    You can change the layout on an external keyboard without changing your built in keyboards layout using setxkbmap You use the xinput command to list the external keyboard id, however running xinput on Freebsd didnt show my external keyboard but running xinput on linux worked Ive had to switch...
  4. F

    Solved accent and ddvorak

    I'm trying to configure my keyboard within Xorg, but accent arent working. setxkbmap -layout us -variant dvorak-alt-intl -option compose:ralt I then press the right alt button + ' + e and I get ? character instead of e with accent Same result with setxkbmap -layout us -variant...
  5. Kalero

    I need to setxkbmap everytime I start X

    Hi, I have a problem with the X keyboard mapping. I have the system set up in UTF-8 (except LC_COLLATE) and, at the terminals, my keyboard mapping is correct but, when I start X, I always need to open xterm and write setxkbmap es (Spanish keyboard mapping). I can live with that but I think there...