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linux:misc:xrdp_hr_keymap [2019/01/22 11:37]
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linux:misc:xrdp_hr_keymap [2019/01/22 11:42] (current)
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 +If some keys are not working (eg. @).
  
-HURRAY! Almost there +After this most of the keyboard is working except for the important AT sign, and some of the other AltGr symbols important for programming like braces and brackets.
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-After this most of the keyboard is working except for the important AT sign (I can not write it), and some of the other AltGr symbols important for programming like braces and brackets.+
  
 The current X key map can be dumped with "​xmodmap -pk > mykeys.txt"​ and mykeys can be opened with a text editor. The columns are The current X key map can be dumped with "​xmodmap -pk > mykeys.txt"​ and mykeys can be opened with a text editor. The columns are
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 [altgr] [altgr]
 Key11=64:64 Key11=64:64
-and 64 = 0x40 which is exactly the AT sign precisely where it should be on a Norwegian ​keyboard. However, it does not work! It seem that the altgr section is ignored for some reason, and AltGr+2 gives q. So close but not yet.... +and 64 = 0x40 which is exactly the AT sign precisely where it should be on a Croatian ​keyboard. However, it does not work! It seem that the altgr section is ignored for some reason, and AltGr+2 gives q. 
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-Any ideas anyone? +
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-Thanks a million! +
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----------- Post added 17th June 2011 at 07:55 AM ---------- Previous post was 16th June 2011 at 09:48 PM ----------+
  
 The missing AltGr characters can be defined with the xmodmap command. The general syntax for my @ key at AltGr+2 was The missing AltGr characters can be defined with the xmodmap command. The general syntax for my @ key at AltGr+2 was
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 Note that all five columns of the previously generated "​mykeys.txt"​ are defined (with the equal sign between the first and the other four). As you can see [@] this works for all the missing AltGr combinations. The names of the symbols, like "​quotedbl"​ for the double string quotes used around the keysym string, can best be found in the the previously generated "​mykeys.text"​ file. Note that all five columns of the previously generated "​mykeys.txt"​ are defined (with the equal sign between the first and the other four). As you can see [@] this works for all the missing AltGr combinations. The names of the symbols, like "​quotedbl"​ for the double string quotes used around the keysym string, can best be found in the the previously generated "​mykeys.text"​ file.
  
-It is impractical to give the above xmodmap for the 8 AltGr+key combinations on the Norwegian ​keyboard missing. The solution is to create an "​~/​.Xmodmap"​ file containing only the command strings of the above commands. Mine looks like this:+It is impractical to give the above xmodmap for the 8 AltGr+key combinations on the Croatian ​keyboard missing. The solution is to create an "​~/​.Xmodmap"​ file containing only the command strings of the above commands. Mine looks like this:
  
 [~/​.Xmodmap:​] [~/​.Xmodmap:​]
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 [end] [end]
  
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 +===== Old article =====
  
 Xrdp is a pretty nice tool for accessing a Linux box from Windows - you can use the Windows built in remote desktop client rather than having to install some flavor of VNC. It all just works - nearly... Xrdp is a pretty nice tool for accessing a Linux box from Windows - you can use the Windows built in remote desktop client rather than having to install some flavor of VNC. It all just works - nearly...
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