Re: Russian Phonetic Keyboard, pt 2
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gaskavahkku, juovlamánu 18. b. 2002 19.59, Curtis Vaughan don čállet:
> According to some advice I got, there should be a file ru_yawerty in
> /etc/X11/xkb/symbols, which apparently is for a Russian phonetic
> keyboard. However, in my installation of Debian 3.0, KDE 2, there is no
> such file. So, I found the file on the internet, and copied it over to
> this directory.
> According to the advice, I then need to issue the command:
> setxkbmap ru_yawerty
> which I did. After which I could no longer even type anything. So,
> either I got the wrong ru_yawerty file or something else needs to be
> done. Also, I need to somehow use the yawerty file for Russian and not
> for English. When I issued the aforementioned command, I couldn't type
> regardless of whether I chose English or Russian.
There has to be something with your locale settings, LANG, LC_ALL, etc.
Take a look at russian howto's to solve this problem. Here are some links I
found after having 'googled'.
Hope this can help solve your problem:-)
Børre Gaup, Kiruna, Sweden
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