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Old 11-08-2012, 12:58 PM   #1
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Keyboard layout indication - fbxkb

Hello All,

I am struggling with Puppy linux.
I installed the package
from here:
This package supposed to show an indication at the bottom of the screen,
for the keyboard layout in use.

It worked fine yesterday, I had the flags icons at the bottom of the screen.
The operating system saved everything to the .3fs file when I shut it down,
but today I don't see the flags at the bottom of the screen.
I can uninstall and reinstall the package thru the package manager,
but I don't want to do that. I want to access the package and configure it.

How can I access the configuration portion of this package ?
I don't see any start menu item for it. And if there is a start menu item
for it, then how can I make the system tell me where it is ?

I run a usb installation of Precise Puppy 5.4 .

Thank you,



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