[Sugar-devel] XO-1 keyboard issues, partial setxkbmap workaround
martin at martindengler.com
Sat Mar 14 23:51:21 EDT 2009
On Sat, Mar 14, 2009 at 02:42:13AM -0700, S Page wrote:
> I read that in today's SoaS2 release
> > * keyboard layout changes should be possible via system-config-keyboard
> I ran this from Terminal Activity in rawhide-XO 20090313 and got a
> keyboard chooser dialog. But it doesn't have any OLPC entries at
> all, let alone a "US English (OLPC)" entry.
> I have a similar problem with the keyboard preference in rawhide-XO's
> login screen: it lists some Afghanistan OLPC models, but nothing that
> looks like an English-language OLPC keyboard.
After a bit of digging I've concluded that there is no way to get the
OLPC keyboards into fedora/rawhide's system-config-keyboard without
some hardcoded hacks or non-trivial code changes because:
1. system-config-keyboard uses rhpl's hardcoded list of keyboard
2. the authoritative list of what keyboard models, layouts, and
variants exist are accessible through libxkbfile, for which I
haven't found python bindings.
I hope someone can point out something I've overlooked.
> =S Page
3. Though I suppose one could try parsing setxkbmap
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