[SunRay-Users] force Windows to use US-international keyboard instead of locale keyboard?

The Loeki the.loeki at gmail.com
Sun Mar 21 14:24:57 EET 2010

There appears to be no correct setting for Language-Dutch,

I always use this:

It's a registry setting that's aptly called IgnoreRemoteKeyboardLayout. It
allows you to define your own settings within Windows, completely ignoring
what the RDP client says.

You can of course forget about the compose key doing anything functional in
Windows. Windows doesn't know what to do with it. So with US-International
you will get the Windows-deadkeys feature, i.e. press quote and then the e
to get é and so on.

On 19 March 2010 10:00, Ivar Janmaat <ijanmaat at xs4all.nl> wrote:

> I am running this on Solaris 10u8 and SXCE build 127.
> Both systems have the LANG variable set so if I don't use the -l option
> uttsc uses the LANG setting.
> Under Solaris the keyboard is detected correctly as en-us. Compose keys
> work fine under Solaris.
> It is very strange.
> Ivar
> darkobas at gmail.com schreef:
>> Hmmm
>> 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?
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