I have an external BT keyboard with layout UK QWERTY (see a scan of the layout here 1) which works fine with my Ubuntu mobile devices. What I in addition want to archive are the Spanish tilded chars like áéíóñ¿¡ ...
In my FreeBSD netbook I do such configuration on the X11 level with commands like this which are fired up when the desktop comes up, here as an example for the character ñ Ñ:
# we use the Win-key to add more (esp. Spanish) letters to the keys: # xmodmap -e "keycode 0x73 = Mode_switch" xmodmap -e "keycode 0x39 = n N ntilde Ntilde"
i.e. the useless key "Win" is redefined as a X11-modifier key and pressing the keys Win + n together gives just ñ.
How could I do this within the Ubuntu touch OTA-10?
Please note: we are not talking here about defining a new keyboard layout for the on-screen-keyboard, but about an exiting external bluetooth keyboard and how to define with some modifier key, characters which are not on the keyboard itself.