We are a Windows Company. However, there is some desire to us Linux. Most of the problems have a solution at hand, some with disadvantages. However, we use a telnet program to connect to the main system (a plain old UNIX).
In order to work on this sysem, we have to set the F keys to non-standard values ( ^[OQ) etc.
How can I do this to work on the KDE desktop under a terminal?
I have found commands such as loadkeyboard mykeybordmap, but they don't do the trick in the KDE desktop.
Do you have these keymapping working under console mode?
You can remap standard keys under X with xmodmap. man xmodmap for more info. Or you can remap standard keys under X by adding the new key mapping to ~/.Xdefaults or ~/.Xresources depending upon what your linux distro uses. I don't know if it would work for non-standard keys or not. Might try looking at the manpage for xterm. Seems like there should be a way to do this. I'll see if I can't pass this along to someone that might know.