mk_modmap [ -v ] keymap_file

       The  mk_modmap command tries to translate a Linux console keytable file
       into a file that can be parsed by xmodmap, and used within X.  It  out-
       puts the results to standard out.

       If the -v flag is used, verbose output is given.

       It  requires the X header files to be installed.  (In Debian, these are
       in the "xlibs-dev" package).

       Since XFree version 2.1, X  initialises  its  keymap  using  the  Linux
       keymap, so xmodmap will often be superfluous.

       dumpkeys(1), keymaps(5), xmodmap(1)

                                  2002-02-22                      MK_MODMAP(8)
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