xkb

gerhard.ramsebner at uni-ak.ac.at gerhard.ramsebner at uni-ak.ac.at
Wed Jul 25 09:32:43 PDT 2007


> On Wed, Jul 25, 2007 at 05:28:50PM +0200, gerhard.ramsebner at uni-ak.ac.at
> wrote:
>> I installed Xorg-7.1 but I cannot change my keymap settings.
>>
>> # setxkbmap -print
>> Couldn't interpret _XKB_RULES_NAMES property
>> Use defaults: rules - 'xorg' model - 'pc105' layout - 'us'
>> Couldn't find rules file (xorg)
>>
>> I also do not have the /usr/lib/X11/xkb directory mentioned in 'man
>> setkbmap'.
>>
>> I installed libs in that order:
>>         xtrans libXau libXdmcp libX11 libXext \
>>         libAppleWM libdmx libfontenc libFS libICE \
>>         liblbxutil liboldX libSM libWindowsWM libXt \
>>         libXmu libXpm libXaw libXfixes libXcomposite \
>>         libXrender libXrandr libXcursor libXdamage \
>>         libXevie libXfont libXfontcache libXft libXi \
>>         libXinerama libxkbfile libxkbui libXp libXprintUtil \
>>         libXprintAppUtil libXres libXScrnSaver libXTrap \
>>         libXtst libXv libXvMC libXxf86dga libXxf86misc libXxf86vm
>>
>  Usually, it isn't a library problem.  Either you missed xkbdata, or
> it got put in the wrong place.  If you have xorg.lst in a different
> place, you can symlink /usr/lib/X11/xkb to wherever you put it.
>
>  The xkb directory contains a number of other directories (compat,
> geometry, keycodes, keymap, rules, symbols are probably the more
> interesting) as well as e.g. compat.dir geometry.dir (so you can
> search for those if you know you installed it _somewhere_).
>
> ĸen

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