Set your locale to get the right keyboard mappings.
John D. Hays
PO Box 1223, Edmonds, WA 98020-1223
On Sun, Jan 27, 2013 at 12:59 PM, Robert Tracey <rstrac2@...>
I had the same problem ran raspi-config and reset from 105 keys to 104
keys. All is well now!
Sent: Saturday, January 26, 2013 12:58 PM
Subject: Re: [Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO] @ symbol
I should note that when running "configure-keyboard",
"change_locale", or "change_timezone" there can be a SIGNIFICANT delay while the
'PI loads the configuration file. Don't lose patience - just wait for
Be aware that most of the defaults on configurations are for the UK
(where the Raspberry Pi was designed) and not the US. When setting up a
new 'Pi, please take this into consideration.
Denton, I had the same
issue when I started up my 'Pi for the first time. I originally thought it was
the (nice!) Apple keyboard I picked up at Goodwill for $4. Got my 19" DVI
monitor there for $18 and I'm using a $4 HDMI to DVI cable I ordered.
Great screen and a good place to get cheap used parts for your
-- Mike, W4CMN
On 01/26/2013 09:43 AM,
Andy B wrote:
" from the terminal
Setting keyboard is in there,are a few questions in there
answer. Do click "finish" when done,so it will save.
always sudo to
allow saving changes,it will as your password.
Changed mine as I'm using SSH..
I have a problem with my Raspberry PI, the @ symbol is
not there. It is shift 2 , it gives "
I have looked around and it was
suggested I was in Australia, I am in Minnesota. I am green to raspberry pi,
can somebody give me hints as to what I need to bring up to change
Denton Larson WB0ZUR