On 3 July 2014 11:50, Trond Endrestøl
<trond.endres...@fagskolen.gjovik.no> wrote:
>> 1.
>> http://raybsd.blogspot.com/2013/10/newcons-international-keyboard-input.html
> I tried to follow the instructions, but I honestly don't see any
> difference.
> I downloaded uakbd2ukbd.pl.gz, decompressed the file, installed
> converters/p5-Text-Iconv, copied /usr/share/syscons/norwegian.iso.kbd
> to cwd, and ran:
> ./uakbd2ukbd.pl norwegian.iso.kbd ISO-8859-1 > norwegian.utf8.kbd
> Running diff -u norwegian.* shows absolutely no difference.

Actually, I believe that's to be expected.  The ISO-8859-1 code points
and the first 256 Unicode code points are the same.

You should be able to confirm by checking that you can produce the
currency symbol, diaeresis, broken bar, and currency symbol.
(If they don't get mangled by email: ¤ ¨ ¦ ¸ )
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