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Operating Systems Solaris Unable to change keyboard layout
# 8  
Old 08-17-2009
root@unknown # kbd -s <---I don't think you left a space before the "-"
1. Albanian 17. Malta_US
2. Belarusian 18. Norwegian
3. Belgian 19. Portuguese
4. Bulgarian 20. Russian
5. Croatian 21. Serbia-And-Montenegro
6. Danish 22. Slovenian
7. Dutch 23. Slovakian
8. Finnish 24. Spanish
9. French 25. Swedish
10. German 26. Swiss-French
11. Icelandic 27. Swiss-German
12. Italian 28. Taiwanese
13. Japanese-type6 29. TurkishQ
14. Japanese 30. TurkishF
15. Korean 31. UK-English
16. Malta_UK 32. US-English

To select the keyboard layout, enter a number [default 32]:
# 9  
Old 08-18-2009
TRied does not work , I think I will install KDE Smilie
# 10  
Old 08-18-2009
KDE has nothing to do with it.

It would help if you explain first what exactly the problem is.
# 11  
Old 08-18-2009
I can not change the keyboard layout.

Tried with several commands

kbd -s
eeprom kbd-type=Croatian

So the only solution is to configure Xorg.conf

I found which line I have to add

[ Section "InputDevice"
	Identifier  "Keyboard0"
	Driver      "keyboard"
	Option	"XkbModel"	"pc105"
	Option	"XkbLayout"	"croat"
	Option	"XkbOptions"	""

# 12  
Old 08-18-2009
What Solaris release are you using ? on what hardware ?
What keyboard did you choose at installation ?
Does it works fine in the text console (without X11 running) ?
Why do you want to change its layout, i.e. what keys are wrong ?
# 13  
Old 08-18-2009
I am using solaris 10 with latest updates
Platform is Amd x64 [quad core]
I want to change it because , I kave some documents to write in my language.
Traditional letters are missing ćčđ { I am writing from Windows now}
And kbd doesn`t work fine ever in Terminal
# 14  
Old 08-18-2009
What do you mean kbd doesn't work ? That it doesn't change the layout at all or just the layout is missing some keys ?

Do you run "loadkeys" after running "kbd" ?

How do you type one of these letters, say "ž" with your keyboard ?

---------- Post updated at 21:29 ---------- Previous update was at 21:28 ----------

What do you mean kbd doesn't work ? That it doesn't change the layout at all or just the layout is missing some keys ?

Do you run "loadkeys" after running "kbd" ?

How do you type one of these letters, say "" with your keyboard ?
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