In December 2000 Quozl wrote up how to use Digital Equipment
Corporation LK450 or LK46W keyboards with Linux. The kernel has
changed since then, but the keyboards still work.
LK450-AA and LK46W-A2 Keyboard Maps
Linux X-Windows Programming
for use with kernel 2.6.9 and later,
with setkeycodes, which enables the keys otherwise not known by the kernel,
for Intel Linux,
for Alpha Linux.
To use an xmodmap file, give it to the xmodmap program as the first
argument. For example, add xmodmap lk450.xmodmap to your
Why bother? It lets Quozl run emacs in EDT emulation mode, allowing
his source editing to follow hindbrain original programming, without
having to learn new keystrokes just to get going.
(14 September 2005)