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Old 13th June 2011, 04:20 PM
GandalfGraa Offline
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Question Xrdp and keyboard mapping (again)

Xrdp is just what I need for my Fedora 15 machine. However, there is this keyboard problem again. I am accessing the Linux machine from a Windows 7 computer with the exotic Norwegian keyboard layout. There is no keymap file provided, and the documentation on how to make one working is rudimentary. The provided maps are merely a long listing of characters without indication whether they are scan-codes or something else and what the numerical values are.

Can anyone help with some guidance on how to set up the right keymap file?

Thanks a million for any hints!

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