|AKBD(4)||Device Drivers Manual||AKBD(4)|
akbd* at adb?
wskbd* at akbd? mux 1
option AKBD_LAYOUT=XXXwscons(4) console framework. It doesn't provide direct device driver entry points but makes its functions available via the internal wskbd(4) interface.
The following is a partial list of supported AKBD devices:
akbd driver supports a number of
different key mappings which can be chosen from with the kernel option
“AKBD_LAYOUT” at compile time or with the utility
“keyboard.encoding”) at runtime. Other mappings can be used if
the whole keymap is replaced by means of
wsconsctl(8). The built-in
mappings are at this time:
The KB_DE, KB_FR, KB_SG and KB_SV mappings can be used in the KB_NODEAD (.nodead) variant. This switches off the “dead accents”.
wsconsctl keyboard.encoding=de.nodead. To set it at kernel build time, add the following to the kernel configuration file:
akbdinterface first appeared in NetBSD 0.9. It has been under development ever since.
akbddriver, including the MRG support. The hardware direct interface was written by John P. Wittkowski.
|January 30, 2011||OpenBSD-5.1|