>>>>> "DOC" == Donncha O Caoimh <donncha.ocaoimh at tradesignals.com> writes:
DOC> I installed Debian on my work machine, and everything is ok,
DOC> except for the £ character. It appears correctly in Netscape,
DOC> but I tried it in all the installed xterms (eterm,
DOC> gnome-terminal, rxvt, and xterm) and the # character is
DOC> printed with a carriage return! When installing X using
DOC> anXious I didn't see any option to select a UK keyboard, so
DOC> plumpted for a US one. When I discovered the above problem I
DOC> copied the following lines from my old Red Hat XF86Config
DOC> XkbKeycodes "xfree86"
DOC> XkbTypes "default"
DOC> XkbCompat "default"
DOC> XkbSymbols "us(pc101)"
DOC> XkbGeometry "pc"
DOC> XkbRules "xfree86"
DOC> XkbModel "pc101"
DOC> XkbLayout "gb"
DOC> That works fine in Red Hat which is annoying me now!
I think XbkModel, XkbKeycodes and XkbLayout are all that's necessary;
the rest are deduced from those three.
Try setting it to pc102; US keyboards are what pc101 is for.
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