greg at gregn.net
Sun May 26 23:12:04 EDT 2013
On Sun, May 26, 2013 at 08:43:52PM -0400, Terry D. Cudney wrote:
> Hi Greg,
> You can toggle the caps-lock key by holding down the shift-key and pressing the caps-lock key.
> Or, if you want to permanently alter it's function you can get into the speakup keymap and change it, but that's more involved and probably not what you're looking for.
this actually is what I'm looking for. I remember the keymap used to
be in keymap.map in the kernel source. I see a file called keymap in
/sys/accessibility/speakup, so I'm guessing that's where it resides
these days. However, I'm at a loss as to how to adjust it. I know
naturally I'd copy it somewhere permanent, edit it, echo it back to
/sys/accessibility/speakup/keymap. It's the what do I edit part that
has me stumped. Thanks.
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