bash, vi, mutt vs UK settings
stacey at vickiandstacey.com
Sat Jul 31 09:20:58 PDT 2004
Thanks for the reply.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mark Napper <m.napper at digital-euphoria.net>"
To: To freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
Date: Sat, 31 Jul, 2004 13:37 BST
Subject: Re: bash, vi, mutt vs UK settings
> Just pop keymap="uk.iso" into rc.conf and reboot or if you dont want to
> do that run the kbdmap program.
That statement is already in there:
$ grep -i key /etc/rc.conf
As I mentioned earlier, there isn't a problem when for instance, using Opera, I want to enter the "pound" sign into the search text field in Google, or if I'm using webmail. The problem is that I can never get the "pound" sign when using vi, mutt, or any other terminal-based application.
Thanks all the same.
> Stacey Roberts wrote:
> > Could someone let me know how I can set a system up so that when
> > using "vi", mutt, etc, when I enter SHIFT 3, I get the UK Pound sign
> > (the GB currency symbol), please?
> >In every other application (GUI-based) this is fine, but its the terminal
> >related operations that appear to be affected only.
> >Thanks for the help.
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