On Fri, 30 Nov 2001, John P. Looney wrote:
> How do I get *any* euro stuff working in X. It used to work. Then I
> upgraded to RH7.2 (kept the old home dir) and it stopped.
do you have the ISO-8859-15 100dpi fonts installed?
if you do man iso_8859-15, what does it display for the euro symbol?
if it's the generic currency symbol stick:
into /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/app-defaults/XTerm. that sorts out Xterm.
> What gives ? I'm thinking that somehow my AltGr key has been messed with,
> but I've no idea how to prove it...
what does the X console message says for XKB? chances are something
it's that "+gb" bit that ferks it up, cause the gb symbol file does
not have the Euro sign defined anywhere (never mind altgr+e).
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