My experience with Red Hat is none existant, and I haven't installed a n
desktop Linux system in ages, so turn to you lot to ask a quick question
about something that isn't immediatley obvious to me.
If I change in /etc/X11/XF86config the keyboard setting to 'gb' from
'us', the backspace and delete key give me a forward delete. I don't
care that much since I can't type on a gb keybaord anyway, but one of my
collegues here is much annoyed by the ctrl-H :-) I tried stty erase and
looked with jwz's  xkeycaps. Xmodmap seems to make no difference.
Anybody got an easy answer?
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