[Inx] replace CapsLock with Escape?
lazylew at gmail.com
Wed Oct 1 13:58:44 PDT 2014
I really can't recall exactly how I did it, as it's been quite a while.
I did get an offlist reply from someone confirming there's no more updates,
so I completely dropped the idea. (Might still have that mail somewhere..)
Are you suggesting INX is still usable even though based on the very old
I thought it was a very fun project to learn more about Linux.
Meanwhile I did a text-only install of Debian7 and later added Openbox as
GUI to keep it minimal.
INX was more fun though :-)
---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Karl Goetz <karl at kgoetz.id.au>
> To: inx at lists.inx.maincontent.net
> Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2014 20:35:24 +1000
> Subject: Re: [Inx] replace CapsLock with Escape?
> On 1/09/2014 6:28 pm, Ludo Beckers wrote:
> > Date: Sat, 17 Aug 2013 21:10:41 +1000
> >> Subject: Re: [Inx] replace CapsLock with Escape?
> >> Ludo Beckers <lazylew at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>> Is there a way to do it in INX?
> >>> I'm using the fully installed version.
> >> This provides several suggested ways - I used some a long time ago.
> >> http://www.noah.org/wiki/CapsLock_Remap_Howto#Linux_Console
> > A year later... (that's because I've been without a spare machine for
> > all this time) I'm installing INX1.7 once again, but today no mirror
> > seems to work, even ones that say "archive".
> > I guess it's because it was based on Ubuntu 8 and that is not
> > supported anymore?
> > Does this also mean there's no INX available anymore to install
> > PS Thanks Karl, I was finally going to use the info you sent :-)
> Hi Ludo,
> Could you provide more information about how you were trying to install it?
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