[SOLVED] Keyboard set as English UK but layout still English US.
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Keyboard set as English UK but layout still English US.
Aspire one ZG5
Linpus Linux Lite v1.0.3.E
BIOS version v0.3114
I have set the keyboard as English UK but after restarting the netbook it still operates as US. The (@) key is ("). Date & Time are set for London. I can't think of anything else to do. Does anyone have any idea how to get this sorted? Thank you.
There is no Applications --> Settings that I can find. Only Input languages>>SCIM>>Global Setup or right clicking the keyboard on the taskbar and selecting SCIM Setup. This gives me Options>>Keyboard Layout>>English UK. I select Apply>>OK. Then a notice "Not all configurations can be reloaded on the fly. Don't forget to restart SCIM in order to let all of the new configuration take effect". I would assume that means restart the netbook. Would that be correct? I have done this I don't know how many times, it shows English UK on the Taskbar.
I'm going to give up the ghost. There is nowhere that I can see to open Applications System Tools > Terminal to launch. I have tried left & right clicking everything that comes up in front of me. You tried your best Buddy. I just don't have the stamina. You have better things to do. Thank you for all your time. I do appreciate it. Thank you.
I got it Satyaveer (I hope that's your name).Liveupdate was coming up telling me to click on the icon on the taskbar. There was no icon, so I went into Liveupdate. Rebooted, went into settings and there it was "Keyboard Layout". That's what was missing. So now I'm back on track again thanks to your push about not giving up. I'm glad you were there, Thank you very much. Keep helping people, you're a star.
Distribution: RHEL, CentOS, Debian, Oracle Solaris 10
I got it Satyaveer (I hope that's your name).
Yes bro, that's my name Satyaveer Arya.
Liveupdate was coming up telling me to click on the icon on the taskbar. There was no icon, so I went into Liveupdate. Rebooted, went into settings and there it was "Keyboard Layout". That's what was missing.
Glad to know that you solved your problem. Cheers!
So now I'm back on track again thanks to your push about not giving up. I'm glad you were there, Thank you very much.
Keep helping people, you're a star.
Yes buddy, I'm here to help people during my free time. And I'm not a star, I'm just a common man.
Well, now I think your problem has been solved, so you can mark your thread as SOLVED.