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hi,
I want to install Gilaki Keyboard Layout in Linux Lite. I used to install it in Ubuntu by this way:

Downloaded from this link:
http://gilakikeyboard.ir/%d8%af%d8%a7%d9%86%d9%84%d9%88%d8%af/%d9%84%db%8c%d9%86%d9%88%da%a9%d8%b3/

and follw these codes:

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sudo cp -R ./* /usr/share/X11/xkb
and  then:
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sudo dpkg-reconfigure xkb-data
But in Linux Lite I am confused. None of these codes are working. Please help me to have my mothertongue keyboard.

And thisis github link for my keyboard:
https://github.com/meyt/glkxkb
 

 

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I have a laptop with a US layout keyboard, but i need to type german and Turkish letters such as , and so on. I do this by pressing Alt+o, Alt+s etc. this is called German(US) layout in KDE settings. However there isnt the equivalent of this layout for Turkish. Is there any way i can define a custom layout where Alt+s is ş and Alt+c is and so on? Thanks in advance for Speed Test your replies.
 

 

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