Window Manager Independent Acessibility for Mobility Impaired Disabilities
About me, the author: My profession is software developer and I am a person with mobility impaired disability. About 1,5 years ago, I changed from Windows to Linux. As a result of my disability, I needed special settings for my keyboard and mouse/trackball. Without the linux experience of a friend, it would have been hardly possible to configure these settings.
The following article is just a hint for advanced users, having the same problem.
stickykey on the console
To enable stickykeys on the console, you need loadkeys. It is a program to manipulate key mappings and should be available on each base system.
1. Step: Create a file eg. ~/.loadkeys with the following content (maybe, you have to adjust 'keymaps'!!):
keymaps 0-15 keycode 54 = SShift keycode 97 = SCtrl keycode 100 = SAlt
2. Step: Call loadkeys /home/thilo/.loadkeys.
Now, the modifier keys on the right site of the keyboard work with stickykeys.
In the 'Configuration example' below you see a setup for daily usage.
For further information refer to: http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/Keyboard-and-Console-HOWTO-15.html