[K12OSN] 86-key keyboard...

Doug Simpson simpsond at leopards.k12.ar.us
Wed Sep 5 12:53:43 UTC 2007

Speaking of commandline preference. . .

I HATE that there are very few (or less even. . .) commandline utilities for doing the simple stuff like adding users, changing passwords and setting permissions. . . in Novell. . . 


Doug Simpson
Technology Specialist
De Queen Public Schools
De Queen, AR
simpsond at leopards.k12.ar.us

>>> Huck <dhuckaby at paasda.org> 9/4/2007 4:53 PM >>>
Does anyone recall how to get to the 'keyboard' chooser?
I can't find the script anywhere...

I need to configure the server to use this APC rackmount 
keyboard/monitor combo that we got a year ago and just installed this 
summer =)

and found out that the | key didn't work which was devastating to my 
command-line preference...so after much struggle with APC(them telling 
me they only manufacture "normal" keyboards)...I got them to divulge 
that it's an 86-key keyboard(and maybe not so "normal").

In System->Preferences->Keyboard

there are no options for 86-key keyboards :(

if someone could shed any light on this, it'd make my week!



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