I`m sorry, I don`t really understand:
if the above configuration change doesn't help just put the commands exactly as you use them in some x startup file like /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc
cp /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc ~/.xinitrc
and change it from there
then the command will be run when you start x
if the script you are using needs to be run as root try just changing it's permissions so it is executable by user
I`M NEWBIE IN LINUX!!
in you X config file
Option "XkbLayout" "lv"
then X should start with lv keyboard
I already read about this, but it doesn`t help for me.
And about that file. It is just some small helper, so that when i`m writing in Latvian, insted of pressing Alt+letter
for some non-latin latters, I can press '
and then the letter. It is just to be more comfortable, nothing special, probably in Finland, Poland, Danmark and somewhere alse people using something simular for non-latin latters.
A lot of people here in Latvia think that ['
and then letter] is much comfortable than [Alt+letter
] (for non-latin letters). but i don`t care!
So, that file is .tar, i uncompres it, so there are some files, i double click on file "start", then i run "setxkbmap lv" in terminal and all should work fine for all the time until i run file "finish"!!
Maybe it is HARD to understand what i tryed to explain here. I`m sorry, english is not my language!
But don`t care about that file, i just tryed it, so maybe it wille help me, but it didn`t help. That file has nothing to do with this MY BIG PROBLEM. I need to write in Latvian, i need to write in some other languages and to do it as USER, so non-root.
so how i can change my keyboard map (or keyboard layout or keyboard language)
And can it be done as easy as it is in Windows, just clicking on small keyboard language changer near clock.