LFS 5.0 - Chptr 6 - Configuring your keyboard
alwagner at tcac.net
Fri Feb 6 14:27:38 PST 2004
On Thursday 05 February 2004 08:51, Andy Neebel wrote:
> It doesn't matter where the kernel is, there just needs to be enough
> space to build it. However, the habit is to put the linux kernel
> sources into /usr/src. You don't need to run this command. It is
> only used so that the keymap is compilied into the kernel, which
> means you won't need the loadkeys script. This command is written as
> an example of what to do. The pathes in it aren't nesesary always the
> exact ones you would use. The keymap gets dumped in the
> drivers/char/defkeymap.c file in whereever your kernel sources are,
> /usr/src, /sources, or whatever. The easiest thing to do would be to
> ignore this command and just always use the bootscript that loads the
> keymap instead. Either way, it's your choice.
Thank you, Andy.
"Don't you see that the whole aim of Newspeak is to narrow the range of
thought? In the end we shall make thoughtcrime literally impossible,
because there will be no words in which to express it."
-- George Orwell as Syme in "1984"
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