[SunRay-Users] force Windows to use US-international keyboard instead of locale keyboard?
darkobas at gmail.com
darkobas at gmail.com
Fri Mar 19 10:04:35 EET 2010
if you dont use -l option you should get the right keyboard layout as you
are using sun keyboard which should identify itself properly. It could be
that it doesnt or that your keytable and xkbmap files have been modified.
Is this running on solaris?
------- Original message -------
> From: Ivar Janmaat <ijanmaat at xs4all.nl>
> To: sunray-users at filibeto.org
> Sent: 19.3.'10, 7:38
> 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
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