option *KB*_DFLT_KEYMAP and *map.h in sys/conf/files
h.schmalzbauer at omnilan.de
Tue Sep 23 10:20:28 UTC 2014
Bezüglich Harald Schmalzbauer's Nachricht vom 23.09.2014 10:55
> Bezüglich Stefan Esser's Nachricht vom 16.09.2014 07:57 (localtime):
>> Yes, it seems that nobody compiles non-standard keyboards into the
>> kernel. I tried again, but neither the traditional way to build the
>> kernel (with "config") nor "make buildkernel" in /usr/src created
>> the required include file(s) "atkbdmap.h" or "ukbdmap.h" seem to work
>> on -CURRENT.
>> I do not have time to diagnose this problem, though
> Trying to help out…
> I went to a -current machine and found no problems compiling a kernel
> with non-default keymap, besides the limitations discussed.
> I prepared a simple patch, which enables the usage of any valid keymap
> name, regardless of the building machine's active console. Also, it uses
> the keymaps from sources instead of the ones installed on the building
> I opened a bug report for that:
Here was another bug report which is affected:
This adds KBDMUX_DFLT_KEYMAP option to kernel config.
Since kbdmux was enabled by default several years ago, the other
_DFLT_KEYMAP options haven't been really useful!!!
I've been using swell.k's patch for 3 years without any problems. Can
someone take this PR please?
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