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birdsbite
Hi, all. I've got debian running on my 3200, but I can't figure out how to type a backtick: `

Does anyone know how to do this?

Thanks

Aha! Figured it out. Changed a keymap.map entry (my choice: altgr keycode 12) to "grave" and ran loadkeys....
pelrun
It's normally Fn+M, but your solution works too. smile.gif
birdsbite
QUOTE(pelrun @ Jan 15 2009, 07:58 PM) *
It's normally Fn+M, but your solution works too. smile.gif


Yes, I found that on google, but it didn't work for me. don't know why.

but thanks for responding.

cheers.
gojira
QUOTE(birdsbite @ Jan 15 2009, 04:34 PM) *
Hi, all. I've got debian running on my 3200, but I can't figure out how to type a backtick: `


it used to be fn-shift-minus (shift-@?) on the 860 sharprom (but I think it was missing on the 3200?)

I use

CODE
xmodmap -e "keysym minus = minus quoteleft at quoteleft"


to do give the old mapping (and also add it to shift-minus which otherwise isn't used and is easier to type)
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