I am willing to shift to PureOS from my current distro. I have made sure that most of the packages that I frequently use are available to use in the PureOS. I just need to know one thing before I shift to this OS and that is whether it uses xkeyboard or not. Currently I have customized keyboard variants on my system. I have released them in the
symbols directory of xkeyboard-config repository.
If this OS uses the code from this repository for keyboard layouts, what’s the current version of this package and where can this information be seen?
If this OS uses a different keyboard mechanism, where can be the code seen?
I don’t know what package you are looking for in particular but searching for “xkeyboard” results in this:
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libxcb-xkb-dev/byzantium 1.14-3 amd64
X C Binding, XKEYBOARD extension, development files
libxcb-xkb1/byzantium,now 1.14-3 amd64 [installed,automatic]
X C Binding, XKEYBOARD extension
xkb-data/byzantium,now 2.29-2 all [installed]
X Keyboard Extension (XKB) configuration data
xkbset/byzantium,now 0.6-1 amd64 [installed,automatic]
Small utility to change the AccessX settings of XKEYBOARD
Thanks for the help. Where did you search this? Can you lead me to this page?
Also if you are currently on a system with PureOS, can you please check if this path exists or not?