You also have to include reference to F21 (up to F24) after the:

Keycode 88 = F12
Should be:
Keycode 88 = F12                F24             Console_24

(look at the Pdf).

-----Mensagem original-----
De: Projet GPAO [mailto:projet-gpao@xxxxxxxxx] 
Enviada: terça-feira, 15 de Julho de 2003 15:57
Para: Linux 5250 Development Project
Assunto: Re: [LINUX5250] Diskless worstations and keymapping problem


> First, congratulations on your work... I think a one floppy distro 
> with tn5250 will be a great thing... I tried before but with no 
> success at all. Maybe you should do a mini howto to help others like 
> me !!! :-)

Thanks. If a howto is useful for some people, I'll try to write it. But first 
it has to work perfectly and I still have that F21-24 problem :( Scott 
Klement's PicoBSD solution may be a better solution...

> About your keymap, i had the same problem but i solved it out (it was 
> a bit hard)... 1st, make sure you dont have diplicate references in 
> the file for the same key... That will confuse the keymap alot! 2nd.. 
> See (my :-) )the  portuguese keymap (qwerty) James Rich Included on 
> the software's PDF... There you will see references on F21 to F24.

Thanks for the piece of advice. I took the us5250.map file included in the 
tn5250 pack for the tests, so I don't think there is a reference twice. I had 
to apply the folowing changes to make it work under Mandrake:
#keycode   1 = Escape           Escape
keycode   1 = Control_a           Escape        #ESC as "attention"
#keycode  29 = Control
keycode  29 = Control_r                         #Right control as Reset
#keycode  78 = KP_Add
keycode  78 = Control_x                         #KP_Add as FieldExit
#string F21 = "\033[35~"
#string F22 = "\033[36~"
#string F23 = "\033[37~"
#string F24 = "\033[38~"
string F21 = "\033("                                    #Fonction Keys
string F22 = "\033)"
string F23 = "\033_"
string F24 = "\033+"
The first changes are OK on Trinux but the F21-24 keys are still unusable...

Cheers,

Mathieu
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