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Re: Grub2 localization

From: theYinYeti
Subject: Re: Grub2 localization
Date: Sun, 08 Jan 2012 21:32:13 +0100
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Le 08/01/2012 18:20, theYinYeti a écrit :
Le 08/01/2012 16:37, Leslie S Satenstein a écrit :
Go to the preferences options and search for keyboard. You will be able
to find several French keyboards azerty, or qwerty.

Thank you Leslie. May I know what preferences options you’re writing
about? I’m an Arch Linux user, and I don’t have any preferences panel…

Never mind… As explained here
the issue is that Arch lacks the “ckbcomp” script. I got it from Debian, and the result is good enough for my purpose (the only missing characters in the generated keymap are ²éèçà°£ùµ§

Thank you for your help anyway :-)


I for example, use French Canada (Canadian in some linux versions).

I also set up the Euro for the alt-E key.

*From:* theYinYeti <address@hidden>
*Sent:* Saturday, January 7, 2012 1:10 PM

I installed Grub2 on my USB flash drive. I want the keyboard to be
in French.
How do I achieve this?

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