It's probably a simple thing like not having pressed 'Apply' (or whatever
the button is labeled) before moving on to the next screen / testing ...
Although I have to agree with your later comments about the newbie level
still being a bit too technical for most, who can't even install windows /
word / office * without calling a helpdesk, I have seen marked improvements
in the latest versions of installers, and can only see that trend
continuing. I wonder if we'll all abandon Linux for the 'Next big thing'
when it gets to plebian level though ?
<I know the above could be considered flamebait, but there's a grain of
truth there !>
> -----Original Message-----
> Subject: [ILUG] Keyboard mapping
>> However thereafter ' @ = " ' on keyboard and a few other oddities
>> Where do I go to put this right.
>> Love linux and see the increased publicity but it is going to fall flat on
> it's face if this is what confronts the potential convert from windoze.
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