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The solution that worked for Timofey did not work for me for some reason. However, a solution which did work was to put the line echo 0 > /sys/module/hid_apple/parameters/iso_layout into /etc/rc.local. This suggestion comes from here: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1245081 via ...


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You can configure your input method with im-config (start as user). Set it to none and it go away.


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Had the same problem. Reinstalled xkb-data package using Ubuntu Software Center (by mouse only) and it was fixed. The package can be found here: http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=xkb-data


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In DConf (to edit it I've installed dconf-editor) go to org.gnome.desktop.input-sources. The target property is xkb-options. If «Alternative Characters Key» was already set to R.Alt, one could find 'lv3:ralt_switch' option in the list represented by this property. To enable typographic layout on 3rd/4th level one should add 'misc:typo' option. After this ...


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Using Ubuntu 13.10 Server as a Virtual Machine in VirtualBox, this worked for me: (no GUI, only command-line mode) Default keyboard layout was French, 'AZERTY' loadkeys us (English, was not 'en' for me, as some docs state) Note that you will likely have to run the command as sudo loadkeys us.


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As a workaround you can use Unicode for that: Ctrl+Shift+u 007C Enter or with this command: xmodmap -e "keycode 24 = bar" check the value for keycode with: xev sample output: KeyPress event, serial 36, synthetic NO, window 0x2a00001, root 0x233, subw 0x0, time 31839373, (54,162), root:(54,226), state 0x90, keycode 94 (keysym 0x7c, bar), ...


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When I had Xubuntu I had the same issue just for Hebrew. But playing with settings fixed it. Check that your system settings are correct (Settings -> Text Entry). Make sure also that shortcut is not taken in Keyboard Shortcuts and that no key associated with Next input method. Try to remove everything from Input Methods settings. Go to keyboard settings, ...


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If you open "System Settings", and choose "Text Entry", you will have an option to add more then one keyboard language. You also have the option to assign a shortcut to change the language on the fly, and show a language switch in the notification area. AFAIK then you cannot add a language, and add different layouts to that language in Ubuntu. Instead you ...


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Super+space switched the keyboard input source. This solved my problem.


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Yes, the typical shortcut for copy and paste on the terminal (not only on gnome and not even only on gnu/linux is ctr + shift + v. Ctrl + c is Interrupt/Kill whatever you are running (SIGINT). It would not be prudent to change that. These shortcuts are older than Ctrl + c, ctrl + v. A more elaborate and better answer is here: ...



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