man xkbset Command

Man page for apt-get xkbset Command

Man Page for xkbset in Linux

Ubuntu Man Command : man xkbset

Man Xkbset  Command

This tutorial shows the man page for man xkbset in linux.

Open terminal with 'su' access and type the command as shown below:
man xkbset

Result of the Command Execution shown below:

XKBSET(1)                                                            XKBSET(1)



NAME
xkbset user preference utility for XKB extensions for X

SYNOPSIS
xkbset h | options | exp expire options | q [exp] | w [exp]

where options are any or all of:

[ ]{bell | b}

[ ]{repeatkeys per key_repeat> | r
perkeyrepeat per key_repeat

[ ]{repeatkeys | r} [rate repeat delay> [
[ ]{mousekeys | m} [mk dflt_btn]

[ ]{mousekeysaccel | ma} [mk delay> max_speed>
[ ]{accessx | a}

[ ]{sticky | st} [[ ]twokey | [ ]latchlock]...

[ ]{slowkeys | sl} [slow keys_delay]

[ ]{bouncekeys | bo} [debounce delay]

[ ]{feedback | f} [[ ]dumbbell | [ ]led | [ ]feature | [ ]slowwarn |
[ ]slowpress | [ ]slowaccept | [ ]slowreject | [ ]slowrelease |
[ ]bouncereject | [ ]stickybeep]...

[ ]{overlay1 | ov1}

[ ]{overlay2 | ov2}

groupswrap {redirect | clamp | wrap} [groups wrap]

[ ]ignoregrouplock

nullify [[ ]shift | [ ]lock | [ ]control | [ ]mod1 | [ ]mod2 | [ ]mod3
| [ ]mod4 | [ ]mod5]...

ignorelock [[ ]shift | [ ]lock | [ ]control | [ ]mod1 | [ ]mod2 |
[ ]mod3 | [ ]mod4 | [ ]mod5]...


and where expire options are any or all of:

ax timeout

[ |=]{bell | b}

[ |=]{repeatkeys | r}

[ |=]{mousekeys | m}

[ |=]{mousekeysaccel | ma}

[ |=]{accessx | a}

[ |=]{sticky | st} [[ |=]twokey | [ |=]latchlock]...

[ |=]{slowkeys | sl}

[ |=]{bouncekeys | bo}

[ |=]{feedback | f} [[ |=]dumbbell | [ |=]led | [ |=]feature |
[ |=]slowwarn | [ |=]slowpress | [ |=]slowaccept | [ |=]slowreject |
[ |=]slowrelease | [ |=]bouncereject | [ |=]stickybeep]...

[ |=]{overlay1 | ov1}

[ |=]{overlay2 | ov2}

[ |=]ignoregrouplock



DESCRIPTION
This program can be used to set various options available in the XKB
extensions. This includes such things as mousekeys where one can use
the numeric pad keys to move the mouse; stickykeys where modifiers like
control and shift will lock until the next key press (good for one fin
ger typing); slowkeys where the keys will not work unless they are
pressed for a certain amount of time; and bouncekeys in which if a key
is pressed more than once rapidly, only one key press will be regis
tered.

OPTIONS
b The b option controls whether the bell is switched on or off.

h The h option (or no options) will type a rather helpful usage
message definitely more informative than this unfinished man
page.

perkeyrepeat hex mask
With this option, hex mask is a sequence of 64 hex digits, rep
resenting 32 bytes. These bytes represent which keys will
autorepeat, and which will not. The 8n+kth key will autorepeat
if the kth bit of the nth byte is set. See also the r or the
repeatkey option.

repeatkeys|r [key code | rate delay [interval] ]
The r or repeatkey option can be used to control the autore
peat feature. By itself, it can switch the autorepeat on or
off. Followed by a single number, it can be used to switch
autorepeat on or off for that particular keycode (see also the
perkeyrepeat option). Followed by rate, it can be used to set
the time in milliseconds after the key is pressed before
autorepeat will start, and optionally the time in milliseconds
between the key repeats.

BUGS
In some earlier versions of X, some of the features do not work prop
erly. For example, mousekeys acceleration. Also, the perkeyrepeat
option (or repeatkey followed by a key code) did not work. These are
due to bugs in the XKB extensions. These bugs are fixed in more recent
versions of X.

Also the man page is woefully incomplete.

SEE ALSO
xset(1)

AUTHOR
Stephen Montgomery Smith, University of Missouri



X Version 11 Release 6.4 XKBSET(1)


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