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    1 /*
    2  * Copyright (c) 1992, 2000 Hellmuth Michaelis
    3  *
    4  * Copyright (c) 1992, 1995 Joerg Wunsch.
    5  *
    6  * Copyright (c) 1992, 1993 Brian Dunford-Shore and Holger Veit.
    7  *
    8  * Copyright (C) 1992, 1993 Soeren Schmidt.
    9  *
   10  * All rights reserved.
   11  *
   12  * For the sake of compatibility, portions of this code regarding the
   13  * X server interface are taken from Soeren Schmidt's syscons driver.
   14  *
   15  * This code is derived from software contributed to 386BSD by
   16  * Holger Veit.
   17  *
   18  * This code is derived from software contributed to Berkeley by
   19  * William Jolitz and Don Ahn.
   20  *
   21  * Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
   22  * modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
   23  * are met:
   24  * 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
   25  *    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
   26  * 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
   27  *    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
   28  *    documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
   29  * 3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software
   30  *    must display the following acknowledgement:
   31  *      This product includes software developed by
   32  *      Hellmuth Michaelis, Brian Dunford-Shore, Joerg Wunsch, Holger Veit
   33  *      and Soeren Schmidt.
   34  * 4. The name authors may not be used to endorse or promote products
   35  *    derived from this software without specific prior written permission.
   36  *
   37  * THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHORS ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS OR
   38  * IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
   39  * OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.
   40  * IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,
   41  * INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT
   42  * NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
   43  * DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
   44  * THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
   45  * (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF
   46  * THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
   47  */
   48  
   49 /*---------------------------------------------------------------------------
   50  *
   51  *      pcvt_ioctl.h    ioctl's for the VT220 video driver 'pcvt'
   52  *      ---------------------------------------------------------
   53  *
   54  *      Last Edit-Date: [Fri Mar 31 10:22:29 2000]
   55  *
   56  * $FreeBSD: releng/5.0/sys/i386/include/pcvt_ioctl.h 58853 2000-03-31 08:29:21Z hm $
   57  * 
   58  *---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
   59 
   60 #ifndef _MACHINE_PCVT_IOCTL_H_
   61 #define _MACHINE_PCVT_IOCTL_H_
   62 
   63 /* pcvt version information for VGAPCVTID ioctl */
   64 
   65 #define PCVTIDNAME    "pcvt"            /* driver id - string           */
   66 #define PCVTIDMAJOR   3                 /* driver id - major release    */
   67 #define PCVTIDMINOR   60                /* driver id - minor release    */
   68 
   69 #if !defined(_KERNEL)
   70 #include <sys/types.h>
   71 #endif
   72 #include <sys/ioccom.h>
   73 
   74 /*---------------------------------------------------------------------------*
   75  *              IOCTLs for MF II and AT Keyboards
   76  *---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
   77 
   78 #define KBDRESET        _IO('K',  1)      /* reset keyboard / set defaults */
   79 #define KBDGTPMAT       _IOR('K', 2, int) /* get current typematic value   */
   80 #define KBDSTPMAT       _IOW('K', 3, int) /* set current typematic value   */
   81 
   82 /*      Typematic Delay Values  */
   83 
   84 #define KBD_TPD250      0x00                    /*  250 ms      */
   85 #define KBD_TPD500      0x20                    /*  500 ms      */
   86 #define KBD_TPD750      0x40                    /*  750 ms      */
   87 #define KBD_TPD1000     0x60                    /* 1000 ms      */
   88 
   89 /*      Typematic Repeat Rate   */
   90 
   91 #define KBD_TPM300      0x00                    /* 30.0 char/second */
   92 #define KBD_TPM267      0x01                    /* 26.7 char/second */
   93 #define KBD_TPM240      0x02                    /* 24.0 char/second */
   94 #define KBD_TPM218      0x03                    /* 21.8 char/second */
   95 #define KBD_TPM200      0x04                    /* 20.0 char/second */
   96 #define KBD_TPM185      0x05                    /* 18.5 char/second */
   97 #define KBD_TPM171      0x06                    /* 17.1 char/second */
   98 #define KBD_TPM160      0x07                    /* 16.0 char/second */
   99 #define KBD_TPM150      0x08                    /* 15.0 char/second */
  100 #define KBD_TPM133      0x09                    /* 13.3 char/second */
  101 #define KBD_TPM120      0x0A                    /* 12.0 char/second */
  102 #define KBD_TPM109      0x0B                    /* 10.9 char/second */
  103 #define KBD_TPM100      0x0C                    /* 10.0 char/second */
  104 #define KBD_TPM92       0x0D                    /*  9.2 char/second */
  105 #define KBD_TPM86       0x0E                    /*  8.6 char/second */
  106 #define KBD_TPM80       0x0F                    /*  8.0 char/second */
  107 #define KBD_TPM75       0x10                    /*  7.5 char/second */
  108 #define KBD_TPM67       0x11                    /*  6.7 char/second */
  109 #define KBD_TPM60       0x12                    /*  6.0 char/second */
  110 #define KBD_TPM55       0x13                    /*  5.5 char/second */
  111 #define KBD_TPM50       0x14                    /*  5.0 char/second */
  112 #define KBD_TPM46       0x15                    /*  4.6 char/second */
  113 #define KBD_TPM43       0x16                    /*  4.3 char/second */
  114 #define KBD_TPM40       0x17                    /*  4.0 char/second */
  115 #define KBD_TPM37       0x18                    /*  3.7 char/second */
  116 #define KBD_TPM33       0x19                    /*  3.3 char/second */
  117 #define KBD_TPM30       0x1A                    /*  3.0 char/second */
  118 #define KBD_TPM27       0x1B                    /*  2.7 char/second */
  119 #define KBD_TPM25       0x1C                    /*  2.5 char/second */
  120 #define KBD_TPM23       0x1D                    /*  2.3 char/second */
  121 #define KBD_TPM21       0x1E                    /*  2.1 char/second */
  122 #define KBD_TPM20       0x1F                    /*  2.0 char/second */
  123 
  124 #define KBDGREPSW       _IOR('K', 4, int)       /* get key repetition switch */
  125 #define KBDSREPSW       _IOW('K', 5, int)       /* set key repetition switch */
  126 #define         KBD_REPEATOFF   0
  127 #define         KBD_REPEATON    1
  128 
  129 #define KBDGLEDS        _IOR('K', 6, int)       /* get LED state */
  130 #define KBDSLEDS        _IOW('K', 7, int)       /* set LED state, does not influence */
  131 #define         KBD_SCROLLLOCK  0x0001          /* the driver's idea of lock key state */
  132 #define         KBD_NUMLOCK     0x0002
  133 #define         KBD_CAPSLOCK    0x0004
  134 #define KBDGLOCK        _IOR('K', 8, int)       /* gets state of SCROLL,NUM,CAPS */
  135 #define KBDSLOCK        _IOW('K', 9, int)       /* sets state of SCROLL,NUM,CAPS + LEDs */
  136 
  137 #define KBDMAXOVLKEYSIZE        15              /* + zero byte */
  138 
  139 struct kbd_ovlkey                               /* complete definition of a key */
  140 {
  141         u_short keynum;                         /* the key itself */
  142         u_short type;                           /* type of key, see below */
  143         u_char  subu;                           /* subtype, ignored on write */
  144         char    unshift[KBDMAXOVLKEYSIZE+1];    /* emitted string, unshifted */
  145         u_char  subs;                           /* subtype, ignored on write */
  146         char    shift[KBDMAXOVLKEYSIZE+1];      /* emitted string, shifted */
  147         u_char  subc;                           /* subtype, ignored on write */
  148         char    ctrl[KBDMAXOVLKEYSIZE+1];       /* emitted string, control */
  149         u_char  suba;                           /* subtype, ignored on write */
  150         char    altgr[KBDMAXOVLKEYSIZE+1];      /* emitted string, altgr */
  151 };
  152 
  153 /*      Max value for keynum field      */
  154 
  155 #define KBDMAXKEYS      128             /* Max No. of Keys */
  156 
  157 /*      Values for type field   */
  158 
  159 #define KBD_NONE        0       /* no function, key is disabled */
  160 #define KBD_SHIFT       1       /* keyboard shift */
  161 #define KBD_META        2       /* alternate shift, sets bit8 to ASCII code */
  162 #define KBD_NUM         3       /* numeric shift, keypad num / appl */
  163 #define KBD_CTL         4       /* control code generation */
  164 #define KBD_CAPS        5       /* caps shift - swaps case of letter */
  165 #define KBD_ASCII       6       /* ascii code generating key */
  166 #define KBD_SCROLL      7       /* stop output */
  167 #define KBD_FUNC        8       /* function key */
  168 #define KBD_KP          9       /* keypad keys */
  169 #define KBD_BREAK       10      /* ignored */
  170 #define KBD_ALTGR       11      /* AltGr Translation feature */
  171 #define KBD_SHFTLOCK    12      /* shiftlock */
  172 #define KBD_CURSOR      13      /* cursor keys */
  173 #define KBD_RETURN      14      /* RETURN/ENTER keys */
  174 
  175 /*      Values  for subtype field       */
  176 
  177 #define KBD_SUBT_STR    0       /* key is bound to a string */
  178 #define KBD_SUBT_FNC    1       /* key is bound to a function */
  179 
  180 
  181 #define KBD_OVERLOAD    0x8000  /* Key is overloaded, ignored in ioctl */
  182 #define KBD_MASK        (~KBD_OVERLOAD) /* mask for type */
  183 
  184 #define KBDGCKEY        _IOWR('K',16, struct kbd_ovlkey)        /* get current key values */
  185 #define KBDSCKEY        _IOW('K',17, struct kbd_ovlkey)         /* set new key assignment values*/
  186 #define KBDGOKEY        _IOWR('K',18, struct kbd_ovlkey)        /* get original key assignment values*/
  187 
  188 #define KBDRMKEY        _IOW('K',19, int)       /* remove a key assignment */
  189 #define KBDDEFAULT      _IO('K',20)             /* remove all key assignments */
  190 
  191 /*---------------------------------------------------------------------------*
  192  *              IOCTLs for Video Adapter
  193  *---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
  194 
  195 /* Definition of PC Video Adaptor Types */
  196 
  197 #define UNKNOWN_ADAPTOR 0       /* Unidentified adaptor ... */
  198 #define MDA_ADAPTOR     1       /* Monochrome Display Adaptor/Hercules Graphics Card */
  199 #define CGA_ADAPTOR     2       /* Color Graphics Adaptor */
  200 #define EGA_ADAPTOR     3       /* Enhanced Graphics Adaptor */
  201 #define VGA_ADAPTOR     4       /* Video Graphics Adaptor/Array */
  202 
  203 /* Definitions of Monitor types */
  204 
  205 #define MONITOR_MONO    0       /* Monochrome Monitor */
  206 #define MONITOR_COLOR   1       /* Color Monitor */
  207 
  208 /* Types of VGA chips detectable by current driver version */
  209 
  210 #define VGA_F_NONE      0       /* FAMILY NOT KNOWN */
  211 #define VGA_UNKNOWN     0       /* default, no 132 columns      */
  212 
  213 #define VGA_F_TSENG     1       /* FAMILY TSENG */
  214 #define VGA_ET4000      1       /* Tseng Labs ET4000            */
  215 #define VGA_ET3000      2       /* Tseng Labs ET3000            */
  216 
  217 #define VGA_F_WD        2       /* FAMILY WD */
  218 #define VGA_PVGA        3       /* Western Digital Paradise VGA */
  219 #define VGA_WD90C00     4       /* Western Digital WD90C00      */
  220 #define VGA_WD90C10     5       /* Western Digital WD90C10      */
  221 #define VGA_WD90C11     6       /* Western Digital WD90C11      */
  222 
  223 #define VGA_F_V7        3       /* FAMILY VIDEO 7 */
  224 #define VGA_V7VEGA      7       /* Video 7 VEGA VGA */
  225 #define VGA_V7FWVR      8       /* Video 7 FASTWRITE/VRAM */
  226 #define VGA_V7V5        9       /* Video 7 Version 5 */
  227 #define VGA_V71024I     10      /* Video 7 1024i */
  228 #define VGA_V7UNKNOWN   11      /* Video 7 unknown board .. */
  229 
  230 #define VGA_F_TRI       4       /* FAMILY TRIDENT */
  231 #define VGA_TR8800BR    12      /* Trident TVGA 8800BR */
  232 #define VGA_TR8800CS    13      /* Trident TVGA 8800CS */
  233 #define VGA_TR8900B     14      /* Trident TVGA 8900B  */
  234 #define VGA_TR8900C     15      /* Trident TVGA 8900C  */
  235 #define VGA_TR8900CL    16      /* Trident TVGA 8900CL */
  236 #define VGA_TR9000      17      /* Trident TVGA 9000   */
  237 #define VGA_TR9100      18      /* Trident TVGA 9100   */
  238 #define VGA_TR9200      19      /* Trident TVGA 9200   */
  239 #define VGA_TRUNKNOWN   20      /* Trident unknown     */
  240 
  241 #define VGA_F_S3        5       /* FAMILY S3  */
  242 #define VGA_S3_911      21      /* S3 911 */
  243 #define VGA_S3_924      22      /* S3 924 */
  244 #define VGA_S3_80x      23      /* S3 801/805 */
  245 #define VGA_S3_928      24      /* S3 928 */
  246 #define VGA_S3_UNKNOWN  25      /* unknown S3 chipset */
  247 
  248 #define VGA_F_CIR       6       /* FAMILY CIRRUS */
  249 #define VGA_CL_GD5402   26      /* Cirrus CL-GD5402     */
  250 #define VGA_CL_GD5402r1 27      /* Cirrus CL-GD5402r1   */
  251 #define VGA_CL_GD5420   28      /* Cirrus CL-GD5420     */
  252 #define VGA_CL_GD5420r1 29      /* Cirrus CL-GD5420r1   */
  253 #define VGA_CL_GD5422   30      /* Cirrus CL-GD5422     */
  254 #define VGA_CL_GD5424   31      /* Cirrus CL-GD5424     */
  255 #define VGA_CL_GD5426   32      /* Cirrus CL-GD5426     */
  256 #define VGA_CL_GD5428   33      /* Cirrus CL-GD5428     */
  257 
  258 /*****************************************************************************/
  259 /* NOTE: update the 'scon' utility when adding support for more chipsets !!! */
  260 /*****************************************************************************/
  261 
  262 /* Definitions of Vertical Screen Sizes for EGA/VGA Adaptors */
  263 
  264 #define SIZ_25ROWS      0       /* VGA: 25 lines, 8x16 font */
  265                                 /* EGA: 25 lines, 8x14 font */
  266 #define SIZ_28ROWS      1       /* VGA: 28 lines, 8x14 font */
  267 #define SIZ_35ROWS      2       /* EGA: 35 lines, 8x10 font */
  268 #define SIZ_40ROWS      3       /* VGA: 40 lines, 8x10 font */
  269 #define SIZ_43ROWS      4       /* EGA: 43 lines, 8x8  font */
  270 #define SIZ_50ROWS      5       /* VGA: 50 lines, 8x8  font */
  271 
  272 /* Definitions of Font Sizes for EGA/VGA Adaptors */
  273 
  274 #define FNT_8x16        0       /* 8x16 Pixel Font, only VGA */
  275 #define FNT_8x14        1       /* 8x14 Pixel Font, EGA/VGA  */
  276 #define FNT_8x10        2       /* 8x10 Pixel Font, EGA/VGA  */
  277 #define FNT_8x8         3       /* 8x8  Pixel Font, EGA/VGA  */
  278 
  279 /* Definitions of Character Set (Font) Numbers */
  280 
  281 #define CH_SET0         0       /* Character Set (Font) 0, EGA/VGA */
  282 #define CH_SET1         1       /* Character Set (Font) 1, EGA/VGA */
  283 #define CH_SET2         2       /* Character Set (Font) 2, EGA/VGA */
  284 #define CH_SET3         3       /* Character Set (Font) 3, EGA/VGA */
  285 #define CH_SETMAX_EGA   3       /* EGA has 4 Character Sets / Fonts */
  286 #define CH_SET4         4       /* Character Set (Font) 4, VGA */
  287 #define CH_SET5         5       /* Character Set (Font) 5, VGA */
  288 #define CH_SET6         6       /* Character Set (Font) 6, VGA */
  289 #define CH_SET7         7       /* Character Set (Font) 7, VGA */
  290 #define CH_SETMAX_VGA   7       /* VGA has 8 Character Sets / Fonts */
  291 
  292 /* Definitions of Terminal Emulation Modes */
  293 
  294 #define M_HPVT          0       /* VTxxx and HP Mode, Labels & Status Line on */
  295 #define M_PUREVT        1       /* only VTxxx Sequences recognized, no Labels */
  296 
  297 /*---*/
  298 
  299 #define VGACURSOR       _IOW('V',100, struct cursorshape) /* set cursor shape */
  300 
  301 struct cursorshape {
  302         int screen_no;     /* screen number for which to set,               */
  303                            /*  or -1 to set on current active screen        */
  304         int start;         /* top scanline, range 0... Character Height - 1 */
  305         int end;           /* end scanline, range 0... Character Height - 1 */
  306 };
  307 
  308 #define VGALOADCHAR     _IOW('V',101, struct vgaloadchar) /* load vga char */
  309 
  310 struct vgaloadchar {
  311         int character_set;          /* VGA character set to load into */
  312         int character;              /* Character to load */
  313         int character_scanlines;    /* Scanlines per character */
  314         u_char char_table[32];      /* VGA character shape table */
  315 };
  316 
  317 #define VGASETFONTATTR  _IOW('V',102, struct vgafontattr) /* set font attr */
  318 #define VGAGETFONTATTR  _IOWR('V',103, struct vgafontattr) /* get font attr */
  319 
  320 struct vgafontattr {
  321         int character_set;          /* VGA character set */
  322         int font_loaded;            /* Mark font loaded or unloaded */
  323         int screen_size;            /* Character rows per screen */
  324         int character_scanlines;    /* Scanlines per character - 1 */
  325         int screen_scanlines;       /* Scanlines per screen - 1 byte */
  326 };
  327 
  328 #define VGASETSCREEN    _IOW('V',104, struct screeninfo) /* set screen info */
  329 #define VGAGETSCREEN    _IOWR('V',105, struct screeninfo) /* get screen info */
  330 
  331 struct screeninfo {
  332         int adaptor_type;       /* type of video adaptor installed      */
  333                                 /* read only, ignored on write          */
  334         int monitor_type;       /* type of monitor (mono/color)installed*/
  335                                 /* read only, ignored on write          */
  336         int totalfonts;         /* no of downloadable fonts             */
  337                                 /* read only, ignored on write          */
  338         int totalscreens;       /* no of virtual screens                */
  339                                 /* read only, ignored on write          */
  340         int screen_no;          /* screen number, this was got from     */
  341                                 /* on write, if -1, apply pure_vt_mode  */
  342                                 /* and/or screen_size to current screen */
  343                                 /* else to screen_no supplied           */
  344         int current_screen;     /* screen number, which is displayed.   */
  345                                 /* on write, if -1, make this screen    */
  346                                 /* the current screen, else set current */
  347                                 /* displayed screen to parameter        */
  348         int pure_vt_mode;       /* flag, pure VT mode or HP/VT mode     */
  349                                 /* on write, if -1, no change           */
  350         int screen_size;        /* screen size                          */
  351                                 /* on write, if -1, no change           */
  352         int force_24lines;      /* force 24 lines if 25 lines VT mode   */
  353                                 /* or 28 lines HP mode to get pure      */
  354                                 /* VT220 screen size                    */
  355                                 /* on write, if -1, no change           */
  356         int vga_family;         /* if adaptor_type = VGA, this reflects */
  357                                 /* the chipset family after a read      */
  358                                 /* nothing happens on write ...        */
  359         int vga_type;           /* if adaptor_type = VGA, this reflects */
  360                                 /* the chipset after a read             */
  361                                 /* nothing happens on write ...        */
  362         int vga_132;            /* set to 1 if driver has support for   */
  363                                 /* 132 column operation for chipset     */
  364                                 /* currently ignored on write           */
  365 };
  366 
  367 #define VGAREADPEL      _IOWR('V', 110, struct vgapel) /*r VGA palette entry */
  368 #define VGAWRITEPEL     _IOW('V', 111, struct vgapel)  /*w VGA palette entry */
  369 
  370 struct vgapel {
  371         unsigned idx;           /* index into palette, 0 .. 255 valid   */
  372         unsigned r, g, b;       /* RGB values, masked by VGA_PMASK (63) */
  373 };
  374 
  375 /* NOTE: The next ioctl is only valid if option PCVT_SCREENSAVER is configured*/
  376 /* this is *not* restricted to VGA's, but won't introduce new garbage...      */
  377 
  378 #define VGASCREENSAVER  _IOW('V', 112, int)     /* set timeout for screen     */
  379                                                 /* saver in seconds; 0 turns  */
  380                                                 /* it off                     */
  381 
  382 #define VGAPCVTID       _IOWR('V',113, struct pcvtid)   /* get driver id */
  383 
  384 struct pcvtid {                         /* THIS STRUCTURE IS NOW FROZEN !!! */
  385 #define PCVTIDNAMELN  16                /* driver id - string length    */
  386         char name[PCVTIDNAMELN];        /* driver name, == PCVTIDSTR    */
  387         int rmajor;                     /* revision number, major       */
  388         int rminor;                     /* revision number, minor       */
  389 };                                      /* END OF COLD PART ...         */
  390 
  391 #define VGAPCVTINFO     _IOWR('V',114, struct pcvtinfo) /* get driver info */
  392 
  393 struct pcvtinfo {                       /* compile time option values */
  394         u_int nscreens;                 /* PCVT_NSCREENS */
  395         u_int scanset;                  /* PCVT_SCANSET */
  396         u_int updatefast;               /* PCVT_UPDATEFAST */
  397         u_int updateslow;               /* PCVT_UPDATESLOW */
  398         u_int sysbeepf;                 /* PCVT_SYSBEEPF */
  399         u_int pcburst;                  /* PCVT_PCBURST */
  400         u_int kbd_fifo_sz;              /* PCVT_KBD_FIFO_SZ */
  401 
  402 /* config booleans */
  403 
  404         u_long compile_opts;            /* PCVT_xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx */
  405 
  406 #define CONF_VT220KEYB          0x00000001
  407 #define CONF_SCREENSAVER        0x00000002
  408 #define CONF_PRETTYSCRNS        0x00000004
  409 #define CONF_CTRL_ALT_DEL       0x00000008
  410 #define CONF_USEKBDSEC          0x00000010
  411 #define CONF_24LINESDEF         0x00000020
  412 #define CONF_SHOWKEYS           0x00000040
  413 #define CONF_NULLCHARS          0x00000080
  414 #define CONF_SETCOLOR           0x00000100
  415 #define CONF_132GENERIC         0x00000200
  416 #define CONF_XSERVER            0x00000400
  417 #define CONF_INHIBIT_NUMLOCK    0x00000800
  418 #define CONF_META_ESC           0x00001000
  419 #define CONF_SLOW_INTERRUPT     0x00002000
  420 #define CONF_NO_LED_UPDATE      0x00004000
  421 #define CONF_GREENSAVER         0x00008000
  422 };
  423 
  424 #define VGASETCOLMS     _IOW('V', 115, int) /* set number of columns (80/132)*/
  425 
  426 /*
  427  * start of USL VT compatibility stuff (in case XSERVER defined)
  428  * these definitions must match those ones used by syscons
  429  *
  430  * Note that some of the ioctl command definitions below break the Berkeley
  431  * style. They accept a parameter of type "int" (instead of Berkeley style
  432  * "int *") in order to pass a single integer to the ioctl. These macros
  433  * below are marked with a dummy "int" comment. Dont blame anyone else
  434  * than USL for that braindeadness. It is done here to be a bit source-
  435  * level compatible to SysV. (N.B., within the ioctl, the argument is
  436  * dereferenced by "int *" anyway. The translation is done by the upper-
  437  * level ioctl stuff.)
  438  */
  439 
  440 /*
  441  * NB: Some of the definitions below apparently override the definitions
  442  * in the KBD section above. But, due to BSDs encoding of the IO direction
  443  * and transfer size, the resulting ioctl cmds differ, so we can take them
  444  * here. The only real conflict would appear if we implemented KDGKBMODE,
  445  * which would be identical to KBDGLEDS above. Since this command is not
  446  * necessary for XFree86 2.0, we omit it.
  447  */
  448 
  449 /* #define KDGKBMODE    _IOR('K', 6, int) */ /* not yet implemented */
  450 
  451 #define KDSKBMODE       _IO('K', 7 /*, int */)
  452 #define K_RAW           0               /* keyboard returns scancodes   */
  453 #define K_XLATE         1               /* keyboard returns ascii       */
  454 
  455 #define KDMKTONE        _IO('K', 8 /*, int */)
  456 
  457 /* #define KDGETMODE    _IOR('K', 9, int) */ /* not yet implemented */
  458 
  459 #define KDSETMODE       _IO('K', 10 /*, int */)
  460 #define KD_TEXT         0               /* set text mode restore fonts  */
  461 #define KD_GRAPHICS     1               /* set graphics mode            */
  462 
  463 /* we cannot see any sense to support KD_TEXT0 or KD_TEXT1 */
  464 
  465 #define KDENABIO        _IO('K', 60) /* only allowed if euid == 0 */
  466 #define KDDISABIO       _IO('K', 61)
  467 
  468 #define KDGETLED        _IOR('K', 65, int)
  469 #define KDSETLED        _IO('K', 66 /*, int */)
  470 #define LED_CAP         1
  471 #define LED_NUM         2
  472 #define LED_SCR         4
  473 
  474 #define KDSETRAD        _IO('K', 67 /*, int */)
  475 
  476 /*
  477  * Note that since our idea of key mapping is much different from the
  478  * SysV style, we _only_ support mapping layers base (0), shifted (1),
  479  * alt (4), and alt-shift (5), and only for the basic keys (without
  480  * any function keys). This is what XFree86 2.0+ needs to establish
  481  * the default X keysym mapping.
  482  */
  483 #define GIO_KEYMAP      _IOR('k', 6, keymap_t)
  484 
  485 #define VT_OPENQRY      _IOR('v', 1, int)
  486 #define VT_SETMODE      _IOW('v', 2, vtmode_t)
  487 #define VT_GETMODE      _IOR('v', 3, vtmode_t)
  488 
  489 #define VT_RELDISP      _IO('v', 4 /*, int */)
  490 
  491 /* acceptable values for the VT_RELDISP command */
  492 
  493 #define VT_FALSE        0               /* release of VT refused */
  494 #define VT_TRUE         1               /* VT released */
  495 #define VT_ACKACQ       2               /* acknowledging VT acquisition */
  496 
  497 
  498 #define VT_ACTIVATE     _IO('v', 5 /*, int */)
  499 #define VT_WAITACTIVE   _IO('v', 6 /*, int */)
  500 #define VT_GETACTIVE    _IOR('v', 7, int)
  501 
  502 #ifndef _VT_MODE_DECLARED
  503 #define _VT_MODE_DECLARED
  504 struct vt_mode {
  505         char    mode;
  506 
  507 #define VT_AUTO         0               /* switching controlled by drvr */
  508 #define VT_PROCESS      1               /* switching controlled by prog */
  509 
  510         char    waitv;                  /* not implemented yet  SOS     */
  511         short   relsig;
  512         short   acqsig;
  513         short   frsig;                  /* not implemented yet  SOS     */
  514 };
  515 
  516 typedef struct vt_mode vtmode_t;
  517 #endif /* !_VT_MODE_DECLARED */
  518 
  519 #define NUM_KEYS        256
  520 #define NUM_STATES      8
  521 
  522 #ifndef _KEYMAP_DECLARED
  523 #define _KEYMAP_DECLARED
  524 struct keyent_t {
  525         u_char map[NUM_STATES];
  526         u_char spcl;
  527         u_char flgs;
  528 };
  529 
  530 struct keymap {
  531         u_short n_keys;
  532         struct keyent_t key[NUM_KEYS];
  533 };
  534 
  535 typedef struct keymap keymap_t;
  536 #endif /* !_KEYMAP_DECLARED */
  537 
  538 /* end of USL VT compatibility stuff */
  539 
  540 #endif /* !_MACHINE_PCVT_IOCTL_H_ */

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