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Old 07-17-2007, 01:49 AM   #1
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Changing default keyboard layout in Linux


I have Fedora linux with XFCE desktop. I want to use Indic lanquage in that. I have installed unicode devnagri fonts. I have following querries about it:

1. How to add keyboard layout through command line ?
2. I am not able to change my default keyboard layout.
How can I change default keyboard layout in XFCE or through command line ?



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