I'm at a loss as to how to make the Hebrew keyboard layout/input work.
The following methods do not work:
"Download Hebrew language support. You can do this from the Install/Remove Languages section of "Language Support".
System Settings -> Keyboard Layout -> "+" -> "Hebrew" -> Add System Settings -> Keyboard Layout -> Options -> Keys to Change Layout -> mark [alt]+[shift] (this step is optional, only if you want that custom keyboard shortcut)
setxkbmap -option grp:switch,grp:alt_shift_toggle,grp_led:scroll us,he
The second option (the code) works for arabic, but not for hebrew. If I try to set it to hebrew, I get the following error message: "Error loading new keyboard description"
Is the shorthand for Hebrew not "he"?? If so, how can I find out what it is?
The first option seems simple, but the available keyboard layouts are unavailable, and the Add button can't be pushed. I know that the instructions are for Ubuntu, but Lubuntu has a similar enough setup. (Yes, I've already installed the Hebrew Language Pack).
Alt+Shift+L doesn't switch to anything. (iBus doesn't even show on the system tray, even when clicked to do so).
How can I solve this?
Questions? Comments? Criticisms?