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commit e5f807643ecce02993a8223f32f25dc5a15c0614
parent 3e090b2428b3073b6c2ad3ee92dc4d9312039821
Author: Chris Bracken <>
Date:   Mon,  4 May 2020 10:54:40 -0700

FreeBSD: use jp.capsctrl layout in examples

While us.dvorak is a popular alternative to the default layout, this
change sets the value I actually use day-to-day.

Diffstat: | 6+++---
1 file changed, 3 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)

diff --git a/ b/ @@ -101,11 +101,11 @@ Setting the keyboard layout The console keyboard layout can be temporarily changed using the `kbdcontrol` command: - kbdcontrol -l us.dvorak + kbdcontrol -l jp.capsctrl It can be permanently set by adding a line to `/etc/rc.conf`: - keymap=us.dvorak + keymap=jp.capsctrl For US keyboard layout with Caps Lock as Control, use `us.ctrl` for a Japanese keyboard with Caps Lock as Control, use `jp.capsctrl`. You can @@ -113,7 +113,7 @@ find all layouts in the `/usr/share/vt/keymaps` directory. In XWindows, the keyboard can be set using `setxkbmap`: - setxkbmap dvorak + setxkbmap jp It can be permanently set by adding the above line to `.xinitrc`.