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Re: Big Problem about keyboard/mapping

On Fri, Feb 14, 2003 at 04:14:25PM +0200, wrote:
>no you don't understanded my question, read all before starting redirect.
>look my main question!
>Last choice is modifying cygwin itself keymap to layout FI. So how i
>change that on cygwin CONSOLE?
>sorry but i did not asken anything about X. i only writted like faq says
>(to write all to give much information as possible)

You're asking me to accept your premise that xmodmap doesn't help.
Sorry, but I don't believe you.

AFAICT, you have an X-based problem here.  Use the cygwin-xfree mailing
list for help.

As far as Cygwin is concerned, there is no "mapping" performed by cygwin.
It uses whatever Windows offers.  The code in controls
how some keystrokes are handled but I doubt that is what you want.  You
want to use X mechanisms to solve your problem.

>> Go back to and you'll see a specific
>> mailing list for Cygwin/XFree86 questions.
>> I am redirecting this message there.
>> On Fri, Feb 14, 2003 at 11:57:04AM +0200, wrote:
>>>ok. lets start by the system specs:
>>>i have here on my work several server, but now im talking about clients
>>> and one server.
>>>Computer1(clients): Cygwin newest version. running under windows2000
>>> Computer2(servers): HP-UX 10.20 i gues is that version. but anyway
>>> HP-UX witch X
>>>So i need to make keyboard to work on hp-ux via x instance.. (this
>>> charters ???) cygwin as Xserver..
>>>i have tryied all by xmodmap but that not helps.
>>>Last choice is modifying cygwin itself keymap to layout FI. So how i
>>> change that on cygwin CONSOLE? also needed know the mapping sources to
>>> modifying if nessesury. i have already readed faqs and documents :) i
>>> have tryied to make keyboards working one week on X. (and worked but
>>> none on dtterm)
>>>We will use cygwin on future becouse it's free, now we use exceed and
>>> that is very expencive to our company witch lot of licensess.
>>>so i give many thanks for reading this and helping. im sorry about my
>>> english too (it's not good)

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