neo-layout/linux/etc/neo.conf

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# This file contains the configuration for the Neo scripts
# To use the scripts neo and num you should specify the full path to the
# Neo reference
NEO_REFERENCE="$HOME/neo/neo20.txt"
# Select the neo Variant to be used when using an X Server
# Values are "xkbmap", "xmodmap", "xprog" or "alternative"
# default is xkbmap, this variable should always be set
NEO_X_VARIANTE="xmodmap"
# When using Xkbmap, you may specify which Xkbmap should be used, the default
# is "de" (This is useful if you installed the symbols file under a different
# name):
#NEO_XKBMAP=de
# You can also specify the Xkbmap variant to be used, the default is "neo":
#NEO_XKBVARIANT=neo
# When using a Xmodmap, you may specify the full path to the Xmodmap to be used.
# Default:
#NEO_XMODMAP="$HOME/neo/neo_de.xmodmap"
#NEO_XMODMAP_XPROG="$HOME/neo/neo_de_x-prog.xmodmap"
#NEO_XMODMAP_ALTERNATIVE="$HOME/neo/neo_de_alternative.xmodmap"
# Numlock status when switching to standard keyboard layout using uiae,
# values are on and off:
#NUM_LOCK_STATUS=on
# Standard keyboard layout to switch back to when executing uiae:
#STD_XKBMAP=de
# Standard layout variant to switch back to when executing uiae:
#STD_XKBVARIANT=nodeadkeys
# If you use an own Xmodmap as standard keyboard layout you may specify the full
# path to this file
#STD_XMODMAP=""
# For Neo without an X System set the path to the console keymap
#NEO_CONSOLE_KEYMAP="$HOME/neo/neo" # if necessary add „.map“
# Set the standard console keymap to switch back to
#STD_CONSOLE_KEYMAP="de-latin1-nodeadkeys"