From: Salih Yuhnis <yuhni...@hotmail.com>

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Hello Rugxulo,


We will try your method inside the config code change and other zip file for
the keyboard problem.


As you write its not loading into memory the keyb.exe file to run any keyboard
layouts. It comes default 437 and giving not any errors while it loads.


Also if there are other written keyboard program codes for freedos that
supports our cpu class that  who can find any working code for if it is
sucessful as i wrote we will give a reward.


Thanks and Best regards.


Salih.


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G%nderen: Rugxulo <rugx...@gmail.com>
G%nderildi: 9 Eylnl 2016 Cuma 03:40
Kime: Discussion and general questions about FreeDOS.
Konu: Re: [Freedos-user] Urgent FreeDos Keyboard Layout Hardware Help

Hi,

On Thu, Sep 8, 2016 at 12:41 PM, Eric Auer <e.a...@jpberlin.de> wrote:
>
> Unfortunately Turkish is not among the layouts built into the smaller MKEYB
driver
>
> PS: You may also want to use DISPLAY and MODE to load a
> font optimized for codepage 857, as BIOS default is 437.
>
>> Example of Running Code : A:\FREEDOS>keyb.exe TR,857,KEYBRD2.SYS

BTW, just to state the obvious, although I know that cp857 is mostly
preferred for Turkish (not that I understand it), but (with FreeDOS)
I've used cp853 successfully (which was the previously preferred
codepage for Turkish, Maltese, and Esperanto).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Code_page_853
Code page 853 - Wikipedia, the free
encyclopedia<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Code_page_853>
en.wikipedia.org
Code page 853 (also known as CP 853 or IBM 00853) is a code page used under
DOS to write Turkish, Maltese, and Esperanto. It includes all characters from
ISO 8859-3.




But if all you want to do is edit text, you can even edit Unicode with
various DOS editors (e.g. GNU Emacs, Blocek, or Mined).

I'll try to quote the relevant config I've used for cp853 (it's been a
while since I weakly tried it, but it did work):

(FDCONFIG.SYS):

COUNTRY=1,,C:\FDOS\COUNTRY.SYS

(AUTOEXEC.BAT):

set CPIDIR=%DOSDIR%\cpi
display con=(ega,,3)
mode con cp prep=((853) %CPIDIR%\ega.cpx)
mode con cp prep=((,737,869) %CPIDIR%\ega5.cpx)
mode con cp sel=853
set CPIDIR=

nlsfunc /y %DOSDIR%\country.sys

REM (can unload later, needs 286+)
REM !! BUG ALERT !!: do NOT use 2009 KEYB*.SYS files w/ 2006 KEYB.EXE
keyb us,,%DOSDIR%\keyboard.sys
echo.
echo KEYB: Ctrl-Alt-F1 to disable or Ctrl-Alt-F2 to re-enable!
echo.

mode con cp /status

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<p>Hello Rugxulo,</p>
<p><br>
</p>
<p>We will try your method inside the&nbsp;config code change&nbsp;and other
zip file&nbsp;for the keyboard problem.</p>
<p><br>
</p>
<p>As you write its not loading into memory the&nbsp;keyb.exe file to run any
keyboard layouts. It comes default 437 and giving not any errors while it
loads.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p>
<p><br>
</p>
<p>Also if there are other written keyboard program codes for freedos that
supports our cpu class that &nbsp;who&nbsp;can find any working code for if it
is sucessful&nbsp;as i wrote&nbsp;we will give a reward.</p>
<p><br>
</p>
<p>Thanks and Best regards.</p>
<p><br>
</p>
<p>Salih.</p>
<br>
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color="#000000" style="font-size:11pt"><b>G%nderen:</b> Rugxulo
&lt;rugx...@gmail.com&gt;<br>
<b>G%nderildi:</b> 9 Eylnl 2016 Cuma 03:40<br>
<b>Kime:</b> Discussion and general questions about FreeDOS.<br>
<b>Konu:</b> Re: [Freedos-user] Urgent FreeDos Keyboard Layout Hardware
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<div class="PlainText">Hi,<br>
<br>
On Thu, Sep 8, 2016 at 12:41 PM, Eric Auer &lt;e.a...@jpberlin.de&gt;
wrote:<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; Unfortunately Turkish is not among the layouts built into the smaller
MKEYB driver<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; PS: You may also want to use DISPLAY and MODE to load a<br>
&gt; font optimized for codepage 857, as BIOS default is 437.<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt;&gt; Example of Running Code : A:\FREEDOS&gt;keyb.exe
TR,857,KEYBRD2.SYS<br>
<br>
BTW, just to state the obvious, although I know that cp857 is mostly<br>
preferred for Turkish (not that I understand it), but (with FreeDOS)<br>
I've used cp853 successfully (which was the previously preferred<br>
codepage for Turkish, Maltese, and Esperanto).<br>
<br>
<a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Code_page_853";
id="LPlnk444741">https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Code_page_853</a>
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Code page 853 (also known as CP 853 or IBM 00853) is a code page used under
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<br>
<br>
But if all you want to do is edit text, you can even edit Unicode with<br>
various DOS editors (e.g. GNU Emacs, Blocek, or Mined).<br>
<br>
I'll try to quote the relevant config I've used for cp853 (it's been a<br>
while since I weakly tried it, but it did work):<br>
<br>
(FDCONFIG.SYS):<br>
<br>
COUNTRY=1,,C:\FDOS\COUNTRY.SYS<br>
<br>
(AUTOEXEC.BAT):<br>
<br>
set CPIDIR=%DOSDIR%\cpi<br>
display con=(ega,,3)<br>
mode con cp prep=((853) %CPIDIR%\ega.cpx)<br>
mode con cp prep=((,737,869) %CPIDIR%\ega5.cpx)<br>
mode con cp sel=853<br>
set CPIDIR=<br>
<br>
nlsfunc /y %DOSDIR%\country.sys<br>
<br>
REM (can unload later, needs 286&#43;)<br>
REM !! BUG ALERT !!: do NOT use 2009 KEYB*.SYS files w/ 2006 KEYB.EXE<br>
keyb us,,%DOSDIR%\keyboard.sys<br>
echo.<br>
echo KEYB: Ctrl-Alt-F1 to disable or Ctrl-Alt-F2 to re-enable!<br>
echo.<br>
<br>
mode con cp /status<br>
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