Im using Fedora 10 with Synergy from Windows 7
When ever i use my keyboard through synergy and type
@ i get the
Any ideas, or someone had similar problems?
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I had problems with @, <, and >, so I did the following:
xmodmap -e "keycode 53 = x X greater greater greater greater"
xmodmap -e "keycode 52 = z Z less less less less"
xmodmap -e "keycode 24 = q Q at at at at"
Which solved those three... though I have no idea why the problem occurs in the first place.
This is a known issue, and we're working on it right now. There are several work arounds however, so if you take a peek at that issue, you may find something. If you have a Google account, you can star the issue to get a notification when it's fixed.
Create a file ~/.Xmodmap and add the following to it:
keycode 53 = x X greater greater greater greater keycode 52 = z Z less less less less keycode 24 = q Q at at at at
You can activate it straight away with:
I believe this will activate automatically when you reboot - but I hardly ever reboot, so haven't tested this.
Thanks (and +1) to Systech's answer for the contents of the file, and thanks to this page for instructions on how to make it persist across reboots.
pobably a keycode translation problem. Have a look at the synergy configuration. You should use the same language settings as locally
locate synergy.conf, its probably in /etc