Hi Peter,

I'm connecting to an existing session.á Keyboard layout in windows doesn't change; at least the icon in the taskbar still says nl_BE and properties of local settings is still correct.

nl-be keymap file is indeed not correct. I'll look for another version and try if that works...

If you have any ideas what I can try next, please let me know :-)

Thx in advance
Steven



Peter ┼strand wrote:
On Sun, 25 Feb 2007, Steven wrote:

  
If I define nothing with -k (or en-us), I get a almost working be-latin1
keyb in the windows login prompt, and a really fucked up layout in the
session once logged in.  If I press 'M' I get '?', if I press '>', I get
'/'.  For those who don't know belgian keyb layout: the / is on the
place where > is on a querty keyboard.
    

It's very odd that you get a different behaviour with the login prompt 
than the real session. Perhaps Windows switches keyboard layout after 
login? Check the language indicator in the system tray, if you have one. 
Are you connecting to an existing session, or creating a new one?


  
This seems very weird to me, and I don't understand what's happening in 
the background, how rdesktop works for keymapping... Can anyone please 
explain this to me or point me in the right direction for a solution ?
    

Take a look at keymapping.txt. The keymap nl-be is probably not quite 
correct. 


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