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How do i go about changing the keyboard layout to the UK layout.
currently the @ symbol on the keyboard appears as a " sybol on the monitor.
Many Thanks in advance
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Discussion started by: vishnura
ok, I am having a seriouse problem!
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Discussion started by: Kimm
xkbctrl(1) Utils for X-Window xkbctrl(1)
xkbctrl - get X11 keyboard data according to console keyboard mapname
xkbctrl [ options ]
xkbctrl is used to obtain the X11 keyboard configuration parameters according to a given console map name. The currently used console map
is stored in the KEYTABLE variable within the file: /etc/sysconfig/keyboard
COMMAND LINE OPTIONS
The one and only argument is the name of the console map but this argument is required. If the map does not exist an empty set of X11 vari-
ables is printed out.
XKB KEYBOARD SPECIFICATION
The language dependent keyboard layout specification.
The hardware keyboard type specification.
The protocol used for communication.
The XKB rules file.
Special XKB options for key-remappings
The console map name.
The XKB keycodes file.
The behaviour of the left alt key.
The behaviour of the right alt key.
The behaviour of the scroll lock key.
The behaviour of the right ctrl key.
Apply The apply string used for the xkbset call.
Written by Marcus Schafer
Report bugs to <bugzilla.novell.com>.
Copyright (C) 2005 SuSE Linux Products GmbH, Inc. This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty;
not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
3rd Berkeley Distribution March 15, 2005 xkbctrl(1)