setting up the default keymap in chapter06/configure.xml

Jamie Bennett jamie at linuxfromscratch.org
Tue Jan 13 11:42:19 PST 2004


On Tue, 2004-01-13 at 18:43, Thomas Pegg wrote:
> This applies to both the 5.0 and CVS profiles, currently we do two
> things regarding the keymap set the symlink and also compile it into the
> kernel, from what I read in the LFS book these steps are completely
> optional, I can see where the symlink is useful for those that use a
> keyboard different than the standard us keyboard, but is it necessary to
> force the keymap to be compiled into the kernel. I think maybe it should
> be commented out, and a note put there and in the README to say that if
> you wish to compile the keymap into the kernel then uncomment this
> section.
> 
> What do you guys think?

I agree as long as the symlink is maintained for us non-us keyboard
users.

> -- 
> Thomas

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