|HILKBD(4)||Device Drivers Manual||HILKBD(4)|
hilkbd* at hil?
wskbd* at hilkbd?
option HILKBD_LAYOUT=XXXwscons(4) framework. It doesn't provide direct device driver entry points, but makes its functions available through the internal wskbd(4) interface.
hilkbd driver supports a number of
different key mappings. By default, the layout corresponding to the keyboard
model as probed by the
hilkbd driver will be used. A
different layout can be chosen either with the kernel option
“HILKBD_LAYOUT” at compile time, or with the
(variable: “keyboard.encoding”) at runtime.
The supported key mappings are at this time:
The KB_DE mapping can be used in the KB_NODEAD (.nodead) variant. This switches off the “dead accents”.
wsconsctl keyboard.encoding=sv. To set it at kernel build time, regardless of what keyboard is plugged, add the following to the kernel configuration file:
The Swedish and British layout have been reconstructed from tables in the old HIL code present in the hp300 port, and have not been tested.
|January 30, 2011||OpenBSD-5.4|