My native keyboard layout is "dk" (Danish).
I am running Tiny Core Linux in a virtual machine (Bochs). The virtual machine is booting the bootloader where I have the possibility of giving the keyboard map as a argument to the kernel. An example is "kmap=qwerty/dk". If I change the keyboard layout to "us" on the host, I can input the "=" in Bochs' X11 GUI. But then I can't input the "/". If I change keyboard layout after inputting anything, Bochs won't let me input more.
I have to keep using the X11 GUI because using i.e. the SDL GUI, CPU utilization is always 100%.
After booting TCL with the default keymap (as I can't change it in the bootloader), I can change keymap with "loadkmap". It reads from STDIN. The keymap is located in /usr/share/kmaps/qwerty/dk. I figured out I can go to the directory using "cd .." without having to use the key "/". But how do I load it into "loadkmap" without using "|" or "<"?