Description of problem:
The usual way to add keyboard indicator to KDE panel is choosing
Regional & Accebility then Keyboard Layout from KDE Control Panel.
That is the same as execute:
Keyboard layout(s) cannot be added because they cannot be read.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
KDE: 3.2.2-4 Red Hat
KDE Control Module: 3.2.2-3 Red Hat
It is always reproducible when you use KDE on Fedora 2 Final
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Login using KDE environment
2. Choose Preferences menu item, then choose Control Panel menu item,
then choose Regional & Accebility menu item, then choose Keyboard
Layout manu item, or ecexute:
Any keyboard layout is not read and keyboard layout(s) cannot be added.
It is expected to be able to add keyboard layout(s) from the list and
get keyboard indicator on panel as result.
I have written by hand into:
and I have now keyboard indicator. That is not usual way at all, I think.
works for me (i get the keyboard indicator below the RHN update
notification icon). I did have to check both the "Enable keyboard
layouts" (in Layout tab) to get it to work.