Go to the Home View, and bring up the menu on your XO icon. Select My Settings. In Sugar 0.84, you will see the following.
Figure Sugar 0.84 Settings
In Sugar 0.88 on Ubuntu Linux, you will see
Figure Sugar 0.88 Settings
Modem Configuration is for connecting to the Internet via a mobile phone network. If you need this, consult the documentation for your network to determine what information to enter.
In order to collaborate, you need multiple XOs on a local mesh network, or a connection to a Jabber server. Consult the Sugar Labs Wiki for Jabber server URLs.
Sugar 0.84 does not contain a settings option for changing keyboards. XOs for countries other than the US usually have at least two keyboard files installed. In some cases, they provide access to different alphabets. There are also many variations of a Latin-alphabet keyboard, including QWERTY for the US, AZERTY for countries where French is an official language, and others. They include ways to type accented letters and punctuation used in a particular language, often with variations for different countries. The button just below the enter key, which is labeled xx :- on English-only XOs, switches languages on multilingual XOs.
Without this option, users can still switch keyboards using the command line, as described in the previous chapter.