Todd Smith Org

April 5, 2010

Howto change keyboard encoding for OpenBSD

Filed under: Unix Administration — admin @ 12:35 am

To change the keyboard encoding on OpenBSD 4.4 set keyboard.encoding=?? where ?? is your country code.

For example, I wanted to change the keyboard encoding to Japanese. So I set


in /etc/wsconsctl.conf

To enable the change immediately from the command line you can type:

wsconsctl -w keyboard.encoding=jp

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