Section: User Commands (1)
Updated: July 2020
gxkb - X11 keyboard indicator and switcher.
gxkb is a little indicator applet which allows one to quickly
switch between different keyboard layouts in X. A flag
corresponding to the country of the active layout is shown
in the indicator area.
The applet is written in C and uses the GTK+ library and
therefore does not depend on any GNOME components.
Print the version number of
to the standard output stream and
list of features that was builded with.
Print a usage message briefly summarizing these
command-line options, then exit.
Full paths below may vary between installations. They are also affected
Directory with system-wide resources.
Settings for the gxkb. If $XDG_CONFIG_HOME is either not set or empty,
a default equal to $HOME/.config/gxkb/gxkb.cfg should be used. The
configuration file should be created at first run and can be changed
when gxkb is not running at this time. By the way configuration for
gxkb can be changed on the fly with setxkbmap(1) command and
gxkb will update configuration file at exit.
User's own resources to replace flag images from PREFIX/share/gxkb/flags
directory. If $XDG_DATA_HOME is either not set or empty, a default equal
to $HOME/.local/share/gxkb/flags should be used.
gxkb was written by Dmitriy Poltavchenko <firstname.lastname@example.org
This manual page was originally written for the
Debian GNU/Linux system by Mateusz Łukasik <email@example.com
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