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When was it released
Authored by: Pius III. on Jan 08, '03 11:08:31AM

Well, if you look in, it says

XFree86 Version 4.2.1 / X Window System
(protocol Version 11, revision 0, vendor release 6600)
Release Date: 3 September 2002

BTW, if you are german and want your normal keyboard layout, you can simply do a
"sudo cp /System/Library/Keyboards/Deutsch.keymapping /System/Library/Keyboards/USA.keymapping".

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German Keyboard
Authored by: sms on Jan 08, '03 11:55:03AM

Thanks - was looking for that - should be an extra hint IMHO!!!



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International Keymappings
Authored by: iv on Jan 08, '03 02:40:35PM

I tried this with the Finnish key mapping (labeled Svenska.keymapping :-), and it caused more problems than solved - I could not type any option-cued characters, which are often needed with X11.

I noticed, that X11 says "Quitting XDarwin..." when it exits, so I tried to use defaults-entry copied from XDarwin plist to set the keyboard, but with no luck :-(.

So, if anyone can think of a better way to set international keys, please post!

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International Keymappings
Authored by: midan23 on Jan 09, '03 07:59:49AM

You can try xmodmap ...

Use "xmodmap -pke > .xModmap" in your home-dir
(works only after starting X11)

You can the edit the file and adjust all to your needs ...

To use it, put something like "xmodmap .xmodmap" in your xinitrc.

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