Em 27/11/2012 13:16, thraex escreveu:
> Hi there,
> I recently gave FreeDOS a try on VirtualBox (which was running on Ubuntu
> 12.04). The installation went almost entirely fine, but I think I
> spotted a problem when the user chooses Turkish layouts for his or her
> keyboard.
> In fact two Turkish layouts are offered. One is the number 19 and is
> simply mentioned as Turkish, the other is the number 59 and is mentioned
> as Turkish (Qwerty). Here are some links to relevant parts of the
> installation process, firstly for the "number 19" and then for 59. Sorry
> for posting screenshots for plain text screens, but I couldn't find an
> easy way to copy&paste their content.
> <http://ompldr.org/vZ2gwMA/Screenshot_fd_keyboard_19.gif>
> <http://ompldr.org/vZ2gwMg/Screenshot-2_fd_keyboard_19.gif>
> <http://ompldr.org/vZ2gwMw/Screenshot-1_fd_59_Turkish_Qwerty.gif>
> <http://ompldr.org/vZ2gwNA/Screenshot-2_fd_59_Turkish_Qwerty.gif>
> You can see the error messages, on the first screenshot of each series
> you have "could not find country info for country ID 1" and on the
> second image you have different errors. If the user chooses 19, the
> result seems to be a good old *English* QWERTY keyboard. If the choice
> is 59, things seem to work fine despite the error messages (the layout
> is OK).
> I can't say much more than this but since I use the Turkish QWERTY
> layout, I wanted to bring this to your attention. If I can do something
> more, feel free to say it.
> PS: One more thing: if the first layout (19) was supposed to be the
> Turkish F, I think it should be swapped with the QWERTY (59). In Turkey,
> roughly around 90% of keyboards are the Turkish QWERTY variant, and the
> remaining 10% is the Turkish F variant which is supposed to fit the
> language better. Most operating systems consider "Turkish" with no
> additional precision as the Turkish QWERTY, the F keyboard is often an
> option, not the default. Therefore, the first choice should probably be
> the Turkish QWERTY.
Merhaba Thraex,

please try this, on the command prompt: "KEYB TR".
That should load the turkish QWERTY layout; if you're familiar with 
editting AUTOEXEC.BAT, I suggest you include "KEYB TR" (without quotes) 

You mentioned error messages; could you please tell me what are they?


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