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Old 08-20-2003, 07:09 AM   #1
marlinux
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change of keyboard


Hi,
I am a Toshiba Satellite 3000-400 PIII with RH9.0.
I had to change the keyboard because was broken. Before I had a italian keyboard but now I have a Us keyboard I would like to use in the international mode with the accents.
Now I had several touches which doesn't correspond to the simbol over printed, and, more annoying, I have no way to do the quotation mark with the international keyboard and ccedilla in us or us_intl configuration.
I looked in Internet to find somebody with the same problem than me but I failed. Maybe normally linux recognize in the good way the keyboard. How can I force linux to it again in my case?
Thanks,

Martino
 
  


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