PC running slow?
In this blog post, we are going to find out some of the possible reasons that might lead to package input keyboard error and then we will suggest possible repair methods that you can try to get rid of this problem. inputenc package error: keyboard number used is not defined (inputenc) with input encoding `latin1′. See the inputenc package documentation for an explanation.
I am displaying a very large LaTeX document that does not compile due to, among other things, the following error:
/usr/share/texlive/texmf-dist/tex/latex/pdfx/pdfx.sty:1398:Pack it upror: inputenc The setting for the keyboard to use is undefined(inputenc) for `utf8' input encoding.See the package documentation for an explanation.Type H
immediately for help. ...l.1398 ifcat ^^c0 [email protected]
The problem is, given the size of the document, I can’t find the bad icon.
I was going to “replace” the character with something like this
But it doesn’t work. Am I doing something wrong or is this type of character simply irreplaceable? Or do you have another guide to troubleshooting?
I looked at a few other questions, but didn’t think I could solve these anyway:
This is a great document – I almost removed the text in
main.tex and besides, it still doesn’t work…
Okay, the difficulty is obviously caused by the
pdfx layout. I should try to move it if it is placed before
inputenc like this
RequirePackage[a-1b]pdfxRequirePackage[latin1, utf8] inputenc,
/usr/share/texlive/texmf-dist/tex/latex/base/article.Error: cls:235:latex intercourseand maketitle are already defined. Or call end... illegal, see page 192 of the manual.See the LaTeX LaTeX manual or the Companion for explanations.Type H
immediately for help. ...l.235}
I am developing a glossary consisting of “xindy” and “glossaries”. First, some parts of my preamble. Usage: Miktex / Texnic Center
…I get the following invalid selection (12 times with different numbers in my glsnumberformat):
! inputenc package error: Keyboard core used is not defined (inputenc) during inputencoding ‘latin1’.
Explanationsee the inputenc documentation.
for instant help.
…< br >1.92 . ..entrycounterpageglsnumberformat63}}
I’m assuming there are non-latin character types in the glossary files. the error doesn’t show up until I run makeglossaries, so the wrong symbols must be above the glo or gls file and those generated by makeglossaries (I’ve tried makeindex AND xindy).
Does anyone have any practical ideas on how to find these characters? Or for other reasons?
I’m having trouble with this simple code. I have integrated it into Windows (with Miktex)
still no problems, thoseI’m currently using Unix like (Suse 8.1) and it doesn’t work
end of document
! inputenc package error: No keyboard character found
(inputenc) via inputencoding `latin1′.
The problem is that this “o” has an accent, but I don’t know why