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comp.sys.hp.hpux FAQ
Section - 5.8.12 How do I change the keyboard type (e.g. from UK to German or vice versa) after HP-UX is already installed?

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Updated: 12/30/03

To change the keyboard type only until the next system reboot, execute the
following commands as root:

  # /sbin/itemap -i -L

To persist the new keyboard type setting across system reboots, execute the
following commands as root:

  # rm /etc/kbdlang
  # /sbin/itemap -i -L -w /etc/kbdlang

In either case, you will be prompted for the keyboard type, as you were
during the OS installation.

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