> Here's where my problems (mentally) start - this is
> inherently a
> user-specific (and application-specific) setting.
> This means that
> if you start an application from a bash shell which
> has read this
> config file, then that application will inherit
> LC_CTYPE=en_IE at euro - this says nothing about
> what'll happen for
> applications not started from a bash shell, or
> applications run
> by other users.
You could always use something like the following to
get around this issue. Say you run an xterm from the
menu system in Enlightenmnet prior to the xterm
command you could do an export of all the locale
settings you want run, e.g., export LC_ALL=en_IE;
export LANG=en_IE; xterm
This should correctly setup the environment for the
> Do you know if an Xdefaults setting over-rules this,
> or whether
Not sure I havent gotten around to the X11
documentation. Hopefully when I read the section on
keyboards I will be able to cobble something together
that correctly maps my notebook keyboard.
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