I have a couple of questions about remapping keys et al.
How to interpret the output of the command
xmodmap -pk. I put in
xmodmap -pk | lessand try to browse for the key I am looking for. Here's a sample line from the output:
94 0x003c (less) 0x003e (greater) 0x003c (less) 0x003e (greater) 0x007c (bar) 0x00a6 (brokenbar) 0x007c (bar)
As I understand, this corresponds to the entry for keycode 94. What I don't understand is why are there 7 entries against this key? What do they mean?
How does one find a key on the keyboard whose keycode is a given number? I'd appreciate an elegant way of doing this. For instance, there is always this dirty trick of punching in the keys with
xevrunning... I am looking for an answer that would explain how the keycodes are assigned to the keys in this case.
I want to remap the key with keycode 94 to
backslashand shift + the key to
Can you guys please help me?