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Debian GNU/Linux Reference Guide
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9.7.8 Example for France with Euro sign (ISO-8859-15)

Add the following lines to ~/.bash_profile:

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     export LANG
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     export LC_CTYPE

Configure the keyboard for French "AZERTY" as described in Localizing the keyboard, Section 9.7.1.1; add French manual pages by installing manpages-fr. The Right-Alt key in the US is called Alt-Gr in Europe. Pressing this together with other keys creates numerous accented and special characters. For example, Alt-Gr+E creates a Euro sign.

Most western European languages can be configured similarly.

See Debian Euro HOWTO for adding support for the new Euro currency and Utiliser et configurer Debian pour le fran�ais for more details in French.


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