The UK keysms in xkb/symbols/macintosh/gb doesn't define all of the keys on the
British server. Debian has a patch to fix this:
Fix a few problems with the U.K. Macintosh keyboard layout:
* Map <TLDE> key to "section, plusminus".
* Map <LSGT> key to "quoteleft, asciitilde".
* Map AltGr+<AE02> to "EuroSign".
* Include group(switch) symbols so that the already-defined mapping
of AltGr+<AE03) to "numbersign" can be used.
Attaching the patch they use, which I can confirm is working excellently without
any modifications on my new Apple UK USB keyboard.
(apologies for the vague product/component, there are quite a few...)
Created attachment 3971 [details] [review]
http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=201737 is the rather
long-winded story of how Debian eventually matched Apple in the behaviour of
Ross, is this patch still relevant and required for xkeyboard-config? Could you
Created attachment 7245 [details] [review]
Add Euro sign to 2
Sergey, the only missing bit now is the EuroSign on key 2.
Here is a patch.
Created attachment 7248 [details] [review]
Oops, EuroSign was misspelt.
Happy to commit it. But look what we came to - duplicated code, double patches.
Sad, isn't it?;)