The standard placement for the Euro sign is on AltGr+e, but some older and odd
keyboards have the sign on AltGr+5. Windows does accomodate for this and allows
the EuroSign to be entered both ways.
I'm attaching an attempt to patch this (don't know if it is correct or if I'm
even patching the correct file) for both the Swedish and Finnish layouts (they
are pretty much identical).
Created attachment 81393 [details]
Patch for the Swedish layout
Created attachment 81394 [details]
Patch for the Finnish layout
By the way, it would be nice if bug 50282 could be fixed.
Please submit your patch directly to XFree86.org at email@example.com.
As soon as the patch is verified as correct by the XFree86 team, and
checked into XFree86 CVS, it is a potential candidate for backport
to future Red Hat Linux XFree86 packages. All changes of this manner
must go through XFree86 prior to being accepted in Red Hat Linux.
I'm defering your request for now. Please feel free to reopen this
report as a reminder once your patch appears in XFree86 CVS.
Reported upstream to XFree86 now.
Any news on this? According to a mail from mharris, this had been applied to
I believe this is fixed in 4.3.0 now and this bug report just never got
updated. Closing bug as fixed in 4.3.0 in Red Hat Linux 9. If the problem
does however still exist, please report it upstream at http://bugs.xfree86.org
if you haven't already, then reopen this report and paste the upstream URL
for me to track.
Verified as fixed in RHL 9. Thanks.