On Tue, Jun 26, Bob Torres wrote:
With that said, I need some help now. By and large, I
English, but on occasion, I need to compose emails in Spanish. What I
need to figure out how to do is switch keyboard configurations on the
fly, or how to send the accented characters and tildes. I tried the
directions in the support database, but they didn't work for me. I also
tried the International settings in KDE2, but they ended up screwing up
my English keymap, and I had a hard time getting it back.
For what its worth, I'm running SuSE 7.1 out of the box, with Gnome.
Accented characters appear correctly in the terminal, but I just can't
seem to make them myself! I'm also using an external extended USB
keyboard, by Macally.
Try something like that (and be careful, dont use a PC map!):
You should modify the `+macintosh/de(nodeadkeys)` part.
XFree86 4.1.0 contains two maps for spanish keyboards. There is a map
for PC style keyboards, use `+macintosh/es(iso)`. The older ADB
keyboards should use `+macintosh/es(basic)`.
$ man clone
Main feature not yet implemented...