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Please enter a space-delimited list of virtual consoles you use. The usual Unix filename wildcards are allowed (*, ? and [...]).
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If you are unsure, then use the default /dev/tty[1-6] which stands for six virtual consoles.
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Method for toggling between national and Latin mode:
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You will need a way to toggle the keyboard between the national layout and the standard Latin layout.
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Right Alt or Caps Lock keys are often chosen for ergonomic reasons (in the latter case, use the combination Shift+Caps Lock for normal Caps toggle). Alt+Shift is also a popular combination; it will however lose its usual behavior in Emacs and other programs that use it for specific needs.
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Method for temporarily toggling between national and Latin input:
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When the keyboard is in national mode and one wants to type only a few Latin letters, it might be more appropriate to switch temporarily to Latin mode. The keyboard remains in that mode as long as the chosen key is kept pressed. That key may also be used to input national letters when the keyboard is in Latin mode.
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With some keyboard layouts, AltGr is a modifier key used to input some characters, primarily ones that are unusual for the language of the keyboard layout, such as foreign currency symbols and accented letters. These are often printed as an extra symbol on keys.
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The Compose key (known also as Multi_key) causes the computer to interpret the next few keystrokes as a combination in order to produce a character not found on the keyboard.
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On the text console the Compose key does not work in Unicode mode. If not in Unicode mode, regardless of what you choose here, you can always also use the Control+period combination as a Compose key.
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Contributors to this translation: Chamila Sujeewa De Alwis, Danishka Navin, Dinuka Thilanga, Malshan Peiris, Melanga, Ruwan Kariyawasam, Thambaru Wijesekara, Tharaka, dinusha, ජීවන්ත ලේකම්වසම්, පසිඳු කාවින්ද, බිඟුවා.