Custimization of the supplied keymap files is best done
by loading a customized map after the default map.
I have local additions in local.map. There are two ways
to use it:
loadkeys dk-latin1.map local.map or
loadkeys dk-latin1.map and then
None of this is possible with the current init scripts.
I tried to hack /etc/sysconfig/keyboard by editing it
KEYTABLE="dk-latin1 local" and double quoute the string
KEYTABLE in /etc/rc.d/init.d/keytable to get both keymaps
loaded. But that did not work.
It it did, linuxconf would destroy it at the next occasion.
For now, I have added an extra keymap line in
/etc/rc.d/init.d/keytable. But that will be gone the next
time I upgrade :-(
Hmmm; I set KEYTABLE="de us" in /etc/sysconfig/keyboard
and it seemed to work OK - what errors did you get?
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