On Tue, 1 Feb 2000 18:25:01 -0000 "Kenn Humborg" <kenn at bluetree.ie> wrote:
| > Maybe I was unclear. I have xkeycaps and the resulting xmodmap.
| > What I want to
| > do is configure it from XF86Config for a system-wide config,
| > rather than from
| And since /usr/X11R6/lib/X11 is the same as /etc/X11,
| you simply have to create /etc/X11/xinit/Xmodmap.
Ngh. Of course the thing, you see, about your actual xmodmap, is that it
_modifies_ the default system map, rather than setting it properly from the
word go. Afterwards, I did a little poking around and came up with the
following, in XF86Config change the XkbSymbols to read:
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