Author: Juan Miguel Cacho Date: To: plug Subject: Re: [plug] How to type *enye* (ñ, Ñ) in Linux?
En Thu, Dec 13, 2001 at 05:02:59PM +0800, sherwin escribio:
#_ Does anyone know an easy way to type "enye" (ñ, Ñ) in Linux? Usually
#_ in window$ it can be done by alt-164 or alt-165. Now in Linux I have
#_ to type `man ISO_8859-1` then copy and paste it.
In console mode:
Alt-0241 will give you ñ (you can also ommit the first 0)
Alt-0209 will give you Ñ (you can also ommit the first 0)
I have never been able to do the same in X; even in the xterm or rxvt.