Bug#84388: [Peter Keel <email@example.com>] Re: Bug#84388 acknowledged by developer (bugs closed in boot-floppies 3.0.14)
User forgot to send to BTS.
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* on the Wed, Oct 03, 2001 at 10:03:20AM -0400, Adam Di Carlo was blubbering:
> reopen 84388
> Peter Keel <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > No, it hasn't.
> Ok reopened.
> > The boot-floppies still allow no selection of
> > keyboard sg-latin1. Which is a _great_ nuisance, since sg-latin1
> > has no resemblance to us or de-latin1.
> > - If I choose US, I normally have an idea where the keys should be
> > (y is z, ö is ;, + is ^, and so on), but not everyone has
> > - If I choose de-latin1, I have no idea where :,#,@,+,-,/,\ and so on
> > are. Try this with vi or dselect.
> You don't have to sell me. Just tell me two things:
Oh, speaking of selling: SuSE supported sg-latin1 since about SuSE 4.0 ;))
> (1) what is the exact name of the keymap file?
Probably the Swiss french keymap too:
> (2) what architecture (i386, powerpc, etc) does this apply to?
I found those in /usr/share/keymaps:
For sun, mac and atari, they don't seem to exist. So I'd suggest
to support those for x86:
/usr/share/keymaps/i386/qwertz/sg-latin1.kmap.gz (Swiss German)
/usr/share/keymaps/i386/qwertz/fr_CH-latin1.kmap.gz (Swiss French)
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