[OpenIndiana-discuss] Greek keyboard
aurelien.larcher at gmail.com
Tue Mar 13 18:22:03 UTC 2018
On Tue, Mar 13, 2018 at 7:16 PM, Nikola M <minikola at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 03/13/18 01:30 PM, Aurelien Larcher wrote:
>> Le Mardi 13 mars 2018, Nikola M a écrit :
>>> On 03/13/18 09:40 AM, Apostolos Syropoulos via openindiana-discuss wrote:
>>>> Roll back data-xkb to previous version.
>>>>> pkg install data-xkb at 2.22
>>>>> I guess they broke the keymaps again...
>>>> I did it but still I cannot type Greek in pluma,and in LibreOffice when
>>>> I type ; + vowel I see'v. So I guess they did not broke keymaps,
>>>> theyactualy f%^&* them...
>>> Maybe going back to BE where it is all working and figure out on what
>>> exact osnet-incorporation and userland-incorporation it were last
>>> working, and on what update it started not working.
>> This is since March 7. It seems that the update of data-xkb has sneaky
>> side effects since I got two environments with same english+swedish
>> keyboards to update differently: one working, one losing the accents.
> This obvioiusly can't pass to IPS snapshot before April (ISO) freeze..
> Getting back to older that works, whatever.
This does not seem related to the data-xkb update, I have a laptop with
2.22 that shows the same issue and nothing in the keymap commits between
2.22 and 2.23.1 stands out.
I have just spent one hour trying to find the cause without success but
getting the accents back by using ibus.
Now I am trying to figure out how to get ibus to work for lightdm.
If you have any idea how to solve the problem...
> And then pkg freeze of a working package and then update the rest
>>> (possibly with ' pkg change-facet
>>> facet.require.consolidation/userland/userland-incorporation=false '
>>> and/or ' pkg uninstall userland-incorporation ' ? )
>>> So it seems it is an upstream bug, that might affect other kernel
>>> distributions, too?
>>> Is it in line to report it on both as OI Issue and an upstream bug ?
>>> Benefits of Rolling-release with spotting bugs early and fixing upstream
>>> projects, I presume..
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Praise the Caffeine embeddings
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