kdmconfig — Configure or Unconfigure Keyboard, Display, and Mouse Options


kdmconfig [-fv][-s hostname] -c | -t | -u |-d filename


Use the kdmconfig command on IA-based systems to configure or unconfigure the /etc/openwin/server/etc/OWconfig file with the keyboard, display, and mouse information relevant to a client's machine for Solaris software. You can also use kdmconfig to set up the display, pointer, and keyboard entries in the bootparams(4) database on a server machine or the monitor, keyboard, display, and pointer keywords in a sysidcfg(4) file. kdmconfig can be run only by superuser. On completion of device selection, kdmconfig prompts you to test the configuration by running the window system.

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