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Initial version Summer 1999
Added copyright information and slight modifications pertaining to newer systems
Completely rebuilt, added the possibility to force the system to read Xmodmap; some national Xmodmap files added, more information included on building up the standard Xmodmap files
Minor corrections, spell checking and editation made, few more Xmodmap files added; list of what all ISO8859* specifications mean
Correction of script for including X Window fonts to StarOffice
The international keyboard Xmodmap HOWTO. Copyright (C) 1999, 2001 Juraj Sipos (firstname.lastname@example.org). Imagine you use a Linux or BSD OS and want to write a business letter to a person that has a foreign name with a slash or idiaresis. Danish language uses signs like � and Spanish like �.
This is the Xmodmap Howto. With this information you can make your own international keyboard layout without installing any additional packages. The following information will help you set up German, Spanish, Italian, Slovak, Czech, Polish, Slovenian, Croatian, Danish, Dutch, French, Finnish, Norwegian, Estonian, Latvian, Swedish and other keyboards. You can also alternatively look at my hompage at http://freebsd.nfo.sk to see layouts of various keyboards. In case you want to install Greek, Hebrew or Russian language, follow my information and apply changes pertinent to these languages also with respect to other documentation (e.g., install Greek fonts, etc., see the Cyrilic, Hebrew, or Danish howto). This howto does not cover the /etc/X11/XF86Config file XKB configuration and don't mail me with questions regarding this matter. There are other howtos in Linux Documentation project, so please look there.