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System developer

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comment In Fedora, how do I select a proper Norwegian keyboard layout?
No error messages, it just showed the US layout. It seems to depend on system-config-keyboard, then it worked as it should.
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comment In Fedora, how do I select a proper Norwegian keyboard layout?
Method #3 was the one I tried first, as you can see on my screenshot. Didn't work.
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revised In Fedora, how do I turn off the automatic dictionary suggestions?
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comment In Fedora, how do I turn off the automatic dictionary suggestions?
@SuperMagic: Thanks, that was it!
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asked In Fedora, how do I select a proper Norwegian keyboard layout?
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revised How do I make the Xterm window title switch between the current running command and the current path?
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answered How do I make the Xterm window title switch between the current running command and the current path?
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comment How to get the first word of a string?
@Oddant: ${files%% *} saved the day! Thanks!
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revised How do I make the Xterm window title switch between the current running command and the current path?
Clearify use of MacOSX Terminal.app
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comment How do I make the Xterm window title switch between the current running command and the current path?
Thanks, but that still just shows me "bash" (and not the current path) when no command is running... EDIT: Ah! It works in a plain xterm, but not in the MacOSX Terminal. Need to investigate.