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Non National Keyboard

hoyanethoyanet Posts: 1
edited July 2018 in New to Linux

I am trying to use an Ubuntu virtual box for research purposes. I need to have a keyboard that can input Unicode characters for a Pacific Northwest language, which has many symbols not in English or other European languages. Mappings exist for Windows and Macintosh environments: is there any way for me to translate these into a keyboard (that I can toggle off and on) in Ubuntu?



The unique characters are somewhat legion: p̓, t̓, k̓, ʷ, ł, ƛ, ƛ̓, č, č̓, š, m̓, n̓, w̓, y̓, ʕ, ʔ, ḥ

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