Hi all. I know this is an odd question, but I'm hoping someone else out there knows how to do this.
I've just installed Kubuntu 7.10 (which I like), but Debian seems to have messed around with the startup a bit...
I've replaced my /etc/console-setup/boottime.kmap.gz file with one that changes my Caps_Lock into a Control key and the "Windows" Super_L into Caps_Lock (yeah, I do use caps now and again).
I've tested my new mapping with sudo loadkeys, and it works fine, but Kubuntu doesn't seem to find it when booting up!!??
I know I can do this with X. The point is that I don't want to. I want my keyboard modifications whether or not X is running.
I've been googling for a couple days now without useful advice. I'm not a unix guru, but I'm not exactly a neophyte either. Is there anyone out there that knows how to make Kubuntu behave?