ckbcomp [OPTION...] [XKBLAYOUT [XKBVARIANT [XKBOPTIONS]...]]
The ckbcomp keymap compiler converts a description of an XKB keyboard layout into a console keymap that can be read directly by loadkeys(1) or kbdcontrol(1).
On its standard output ckbcomp dumps the generated keyboard definition. The most important difference between the arguments of setxkbmap(1) and the arguments of ckbcomp is the additional parameter -charmap when non-Unicode keyboard map is wanted. Without -charmap ckbcomp will generate Unicode keyboard.
/usr/share/consoletrans /etc/console-setup/ckb /usr/share/X11/xkb /etc/X11/xkb
If the option -freebsd is used together with -backspace del, then the key <Delete> will generate the special code fkey70. It is your responsibility to assign the appropriate sequence to this special code by using the following command:
kbdcontrol -f 70 "`printf '\033[3~'`"