For instance, most sections indent once for a field and again for its value, which is placed in double quotation marks.
Most of the system resources are devoted to the paths used for fonts.However, if you are having display problems, as a last resort, you can try the hacker's solution of commenting out all of the modules and adding them back one by one with each reboot.In particular, if you're using the freetype module, other font modules may be redundant, such as type1, as well as the xtt module, which provides True Type support conflicts with freetype according to some reports.The indentations are not needed by your computer, but they do ensure that the file is kept in human-readable form.Once you understand this basic structure, you are ready to edit However, even with the shortcut provided by Xkb Rules, you still need to define the Xkb Model for the keyboard, using one of the options listed in /usr/share/X11/xkb/rules/base.lst, or else a generic one such as pc104 or pc102.
You also need the Xkb Layout option, which takes one of the standard two-digit locale codes that are also listed in in order to define the symbols associated with other keys.
Resources for the X server are listed in the Files section.
Some distributions include the path to the database used for the RGB color palettes used for the display (/usr/share/X11/rgb), as well as the path to the server modules (/usr/lib/xorg/modules or /usr/lib/modules), but these paths should be unnecessary unless your system has resources stored in unusual places.
Similarly, if you want to define a Compose and an Alt Graph key -- two keys that are used to enable the typing of international characters, such as accents or currency symbols -- you can use Xkb Options to define them.
For instance, defining them as "compose:rwin, grp:lwin" would give those useless right and left Windows key a purpose at last.
If you want to use multiple layouts you can use Xkb Layout to list multiple keyboard layouts in a comma-separated list, and use Xkb Option to define a key or key combination that cycles through each layout.