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Thread: setxkbmap!! how to save settings??

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    dox
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    setxkbmap!! how to save settings??

    hello guys

    well my problem with scroll persists but i got sick of it and i got new small problem now :'(

    i discovered that xfce is nicely customizable and fast.. i love it now more then kde!!! only problem is that i dont use keyboard layout "us"!! i use "de_CH"!!

    i changed the layout with the command setxkbmap and it works great but when i log out and then in again its back to "us" layout!! how can i save that setting??? i read the man pages and searched alot but got no succsess!! hope ya can help!!

    oh and in xfce i did edit the xf86config file and changed layout from "us to "de_CH" but after login back in it was again "us!!!

    hope ya can help

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    Re:setxkbmap!! how to save settings??

    Did you edit the XF86Config file from CLI while in root?

    Come to IRC so I can talk to you in real time, and we can try to get your scrolling working.
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    dox
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    Re:setxkbmap!! how to save settings??

    jup i did it as root!!! i dont know when i can come in irc and how big chances are that we meet!! slack is cool but i spend now so many houres with scrollwheel problem... still aint working!! this is redicilous!! im gonna buy suse!!!

    hm yeah do u know how i could write a script that runs "setxkbmap de_CH" when i log in??? or how i could save that setting..

    thanks in advance

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