Lineakd - The Linux Easy Access Keyboard Daemon
This is a quick guide to the lineakd package
Lineakd was originally written by Mark Smulders. However, at around version 0.4 Mark became too busy to continue to maintain and develop lineakd. At about that time, I was already adding functionality to lineakd, enough so that I had a fairly decent
lineakd - GUI configurable support for multimedia keyboards
LinEAK, Linux support for Easy Access and Internet Keyboards,
features X11 support, windowmanager independence, ability to
configure all keys through GUI or .conf file, volume contr
Fix old Xkb handling code. The original code, that could do some of the things listed below, has been ripped out.
Make sure to restore the keysyms for keys we've configured when exiting. Then we can potentially bind any key to any set of commands.
(i.e. we can add a macro EAK_EMITKEYS(x,y,z) to emit keycodes for keys x, y and z. However, were we to do this now, once
we exit lineakd, that key wou