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kbd(8/alpha) set national keyboard translation
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KBD(8) System Manager's Manual KBD(8)

kbdset national keyboard translation

kbd -l

kbd [-q] name

kbd is used to change the keyboard encoding. The encoding is set to national keyboard layout name, and a short message is printed to stdout.

The execution of kbd normally occurs in the system multi-user initialization file /etc/rc using the encoding defined in /etc/kbdtype.

The options are as follows:

List all available keyboard encodings.
Quiet mode. No message is printed unless an error occurs.

/etc/kbdtype
Default national encoding.
May 6, 2009 OpenBSD-5.1