Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 508619
Can't set the Compose key in GNOME Keyboard preferences
Last modified: 2014-09-22 07:39:17 EDT
This has worked before (on other distros, including with GNOME 2.26), but doesn't in F11. I can't set the Compose key in GNOME Keyboard preferences.
It is a no-op if I set Compose to be Right Alt (or actually any other).
If I use "setxkbmap -option compose:ralt" it does work. But that defeat the purpose of the control-center.
Let me know if you need more information to help debugging the problem.
do you notice any differences in the output of "xkbcomp -xkb :0 -" before and after setting it?
can you attach both (or just one if they're the same anyway) just in case?
It was set on startup. I unset it, no difference (I did diff the output)
Will attache the output.
Created attachment 355158 [details]
the output of "xkbcomp -xkb :0 -"
After doing "setxkbmap -option compose:ralt" there IS a difference.
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just checked with my F-12 running here - works for me. Do you still notice this, Hubert?
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