I cant wite @ char on ubuntu console via Turkish keyboard

  • Posted November 16, 2013

I can’t write ‘@’ char on ubuntu console. I use Turkish keyboard. I change to English keyboard and still cant write ‘@’ char. How can I do that ?


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woovv <br>thank you <br>this is the first time I met PuTTTy <br>I start to solve my problems <br>thank you again <br>

Then you’ll want to download PuTTY and FileZilla. Check out: <br> <br>1.) <a href=“”>How To Log Into Your Droplet with PuTTY (for windows users)</a>; <br> <br>2.) <a href=“”>How To Create SSH Keys with PuTTY to Connect to a VPS</a>; <br> <br>3.) <a href=“”>How To Use Filezilla to Transfer and Manage Files Securely on your VPS</a>; <br> <br>4.) <a href=“”>An Introduction to Linux Basics</a>; <br> <br>5.) <a href=“”></a>; <br> <br>6.) <a href=“”>How To Use Vim for Advanced Editing of Plain Text or Code on a VPS</a>.

I use windows 7 on my home now

You’re using Ubuntu on DigitalOcean? What about at home/office? What are you typing on, right now – in trying to connect to your DigitalOcean cloud serverf?

I have an ubuntu droplet machine here

What kind of computer are you using, locally? Windows, Linux, Mac OS X?

This is my first time to use digitalocean and I have no idea about using droplet or SSh or SFTP. <br>I just only try to use ghost blog :) <br>So I created a droplet as ubuntu machine <br>and I login <br>and I read this article about how to create ghost blog on ubuntu <br> <br> <br>And it says me to write ssh root@your-server-ip <br>so I cant write ‘@’ char to continue my tasks

I google it this problem and I understand that I should change keyboard layout <br>I find some command but it doesnt solve my problem <br>first I install <br>apt-get install x11-xkb-utils <br>and then type <br>setxkbmap tr <br>“can not open display default display” message shown <br>and then <br>sudo apt-get install console-data <br>and <br>loadkeys tr or loadkeys us <br>I couldnt find any ‘@’ character on my keyboard whatever I type.

Just out of curiosity, why use the console vs. connecting to your droplet via SSH or SFTP?