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`console-tools' was developed from version 0.94 of the standard `kbd' package, and integrates many fixes and enhancements, including new kbd features up to 0.99.
You will probably want to install a set of data files, such as the one in the `console-data' package.
For command-line compatibility with kbd, you may want to install the kbd-compat package.
This is the README file for console-tools version 0.2.3. You may find more information at: http://www.multimania.com/ydirson/en/lct/ This package contains utilities compatible with kernel version 1.1.54 and later. consolechars(1) requires 1.1.92 or later. You will find the data files (keymaps, fonts, and unicode tables), which used to be part of this package, in the console-data package. more»
Debian notes for console-tools: 0. kbd THE console-tools package is no longer maintained upstream, and is deprecated, being replaced by the 'kbd' package. 1. default.map On boot, the system loads its keymap from the `/etc/console/boottime.kmap.gz' file. This file is usually generated by the install process, using 'dpkg-reconfigure console-common' or the install-keymap utility provided in con more»
# International console driver fixes for Linux kernel .99pl13 # Eugene G. Crosser <firstname.lastname@example.org> This package provide fixes in the kernel (console.c, keydoard.c and vt.c), setfont and mapscrn utilities, and fixes to the loadkey utility. setfont loads custom EGA/VGA fonts, mapscrn specifies screen output mapping, and loadkeys with this fixes provides "AltGr-Lock" state of the keyboard, a more»
EURO PACK for Linux, version 1.3 ******************************** Copyright (c more»
The file with a strange name in this directory is no mistake. It shows that Linux handles filenames more»
==================== * Major changes in console-tools-0.2.3: ** Italian, Danish, and Estonian mess more»
CHARSET(1) Linux User's Manual CHARSET(1) NAME charset - Set more»
CHVT(1) Linux User's Manual CHVT(1) NAME chvt - change fo more»