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Not easily, but if you can program, you can grab (prevent them from passing events to anything but your program) both /dev/input/eventX devices, read keypresses from either, and output them in a single user-defined input device (/dev/uinput). C example programs on how to use those kernel APIs exist. Other languages are also possible.


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The USB Human Interface Device class is standardized, therefore the keyboard should work. Maybe the fancy features like macros and LED lighting (assuming this keyboard has them) won't work; I couldn't find much info in a cursory search.


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I've tried without success: KeyboardLayout= Spanish It work's with capital letters: KeyboardLayout= SPANISH Thanks for @ferranm for you answer it guided me. Pd: tested on Linux raspberrypi 4.19.50-v7+ #896 SMP Thu Jun 20 16:11:44 BST 2019 armv7l GNU/Linux


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