Provided by: xkbsel_0.13-13_i386 bug

NAME

       xkbsel - select keyboard layout

SYNOPSIS

       xkbsel [-v] [--debug] [-s] MAP
       xkbsel [-v] [--debug] {-n,-p}
       xkbsel {--help,--version}

DESCRIPTION

       xkbsel  is  a  command-line  interface  for  selecting  the  keyboards,
       suitable for installing as action bound to some key  combination  in  a
       window  manager,  inclusion  in  scripts  or  plain command-line usage.
       xkbsel supports following options:

       -s MAP, --select=MAP
              selects the named MAP

       -n, --next
              select the next map in the ordering defined by the configuration
              file

       -p, --previous
              select   the  previous  map  in  the  ordering  defined  by  the
              configuration file

       -v, --verbose
              be verbose

       --debug
              be very verbose

       --help output brief usage instructions

       --version
              output the version of the program

       The MAP can be specified either as full XKB name (e.g.  xfree86(us)  or
       sun/de(type4_de)),  or as a shortcut defined in the configuration file.
       The options -n and -p only work when the current mapping was  specified
       in the shortcut form - otherwise they select the first and the last map
       respectively.

FILES

       /etc/xkbsel/xkbsel.conf
              system configuration file

       ~/.xkbsel/xkbsel.conf
              userĀ“s configuration file

SEE ALSO

       xkbseldb(1), xkbsel-aw(1), xkbsel(5)

AUTHOR

       Stanislav Meduna <stano@trillian.eunet.sk>