[SunRay-Users] force Windows to use US-international keyboard instead of locale keyboard?
ijanmaat at xs4all.nl
Fri Mar 19 08:38:22 EET 2010
I mentioned the -l option just for making clear what I was doing.
If i switch to -l en-uk I get an English keyboard instead of the
US-international which is connected.
Removing the -l option just gives me Dutch with a Dutch keyboard.
If I remove the Dutch keyboard from Windows it reappears when I logon
again. So removing the keyboard does not have the effect one would expect.
darkobas at gmail.com schreef:
> Just dont use the -l option?
> or remove the dutch keyboard from windows.
> ------- Original message -------
>> From: Ivar Janmaat <ijanmaat at xs4all.nl>
>> To: sunray-users at filibeto.org
>> Sent: 18.3.'10, 16:53
>> I have the feeling I am missing something which should be trivial.
>> Maybe someone can point me in the right direction.
>> I have a Sun PC keyboard (US international) connected to my Sun Ray.
>> I run Win XP in virtualbox or Win 2003 on bare metal.
>> I connect to XP or WTS 2003 from a Sun Ray server with Dutch language
>> settings (LANG=nl_NL.(can also be set with: $ uttsc -l nl-NL server)
>> When I connect to Windows I get the Dutch language settings as
>> expected but I also get the Dutch keyboard layout which is not
>> working properly with the Sun keyboard.
>> I can change the keyboard to US-international and it works fine.
>> But when I logout and login again my keyboard is Dutch again.
>> So the change to US-International is not persistent.
>> Somehow uttsc tells Windows to use a Dutch keyboard which is not
>> Can I overrule this setting in the Sun Ray environment or can I force
>> Windows to use US-international keyboard as a workaround?
>> Kind regards,
>> SunRay-Users mailing list
>> SunRay-Users at filibeto.org
> SunRay-Users mailing list
> SunRay-Users at filibeto.org
More information about the SunRay-Users