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Error setting kb layout with `setxkbmap`
I have x11-forwarding set up from an ubuntu 12.04 vm to my (windows) laptop. It works, but when I type in the forwarded applications, it is using the qwerty layout and I would like it to use colemak. ...
Sep 24 '12 at 22:26
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