KBD(8) BSD System Manager's Manual KBD(8)
kbd - set national keyboard translation
kbd -l kbd [-q] name
kbd is used to change the keyboard encoding. The execution of kbd normal- ly occurs in the system multi-user initialization file /etc/rc to set a national keyboard layout. If called as kbd -l, all available keyboard encodings are listed. If called as kbd name, the keyboard encoding will be set to name and a short message will be printed to stdout. If the -q flag is present, kbd will be quiet unless an error occurs. MirOS BSD #10-current February 1, 1996 1
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