Remap bluetooth keyboard keys?
I have a nice BT keyboard, everything works perfectly. I would like to remap the caps lock key to be another control key, as I use the control key often and the caps lock basically never.
On Android, this is the kcm and kl files. I see these directories on my phone, but they don't really seem to apply under Touch (it appears a generic HID interface is used instead?).
On X this would be the xmodmap command, but this isn't X, it's Mir, I think.
And if it was the console it'd be loadkeys. But this is Bluetooth, not console.
So has anybody discovered where Touch keeps its keyboard mapping files? TIA.
@vandys, maybe you can try something like this
Some more discoveries...
A look at the keyboard options leads me to some setxkbmap files in /usr/share/X11/xkb. However, setxkbmap itself doesn't work (no X display). Yay.
There's an /etc/default/keyboard file, but putting ctrl:swapcaps in XKBOPTIONS has no effect. Yay again.
I guess next I'll try morphing one of the keyboard configs and see if it'll pull in my changes through the screen menu.
@vandys, you can try to play with
showkeysin the terminal.
I don't know for the graphic session though. Maybe there's some template somewhere but I didn't investigate it yet.