Fedora :: How To Change Keyboard Layout

Apr 30, 2011

How can I change the keyboard layout to my language using command line? I'm running openbox.

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Fedora :: Gnome Keyboard Layout Set To USA Default Layout After Upgrade From 11 To 12

Dec 2, 2009

having problems with my keyboard layout since upgrade from F11 to F12. When I reboot and login into gnome I have to switch back to my layout as it has been set to USA default layout.

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Ubuntu :: Change Around My Keyboard Layout A Bit?

Apr 19, 2010

I'd like to change around my keyboard layout a bit and can't figure out how. I'd really like to swap f1 and f7, f11 and f2, right alt and escape, backspace and caps lock, and a few of the letter keys. Is there any easy way to do this? (It's a confusing story about why I want to swap the f keys) Gnome, if it matters.

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Ubuntu :: Can't Change Keyboard Layout

Nov 10, 2010

i have ubuntu installed on my vps and when i open terminal or office to write something i type for example a i then get f on the screen?

i go to keyboard preferences and add my country layout which is sweden ..but it doesnt change even after that.

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General :: Change Keyboard Layout From US To UK (GB)?

May 13, 2011

I use Puppy Linux 5.1.1. My keyboard layout is US but I want it to be UK (GB). I have used the mouse/keyboard wizard (Choose keyboard layout for your country) in Setup and made all the right choices but nothing changes. In the 'Advanced Xorg keyboard configuration', when I choose 'layouts', I am told 'Your xorg.config file does not contain any Xkb layout options'.
What else can I do?

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General :: How To Change The Keyboard Layout

May 2, 2010

I have Debian running in Russian and English. The Russian keyboard layout isn't the typewriter standard, which I know and much prefer to the one it gives me.

NOTE: I am NOT using KDE or gnome. (ratpoison is my windows manager.) I need to solve this via CLI-based solution, I want it to affect the keyboard I get both in ratpoison and in a basic CLI tty (when I'm not in X).

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OpenSUSE :: Change Keyboard Layout In LXDE?

Sep 15, 2010

I am using openSuSE 11.3 and LXDE.

How can I switch between British-English layout and Greek layout in LXDE?

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Ubuntu :: Change Keyboard Layout When One Key Isn't Working?

Jan 10, 2010

My R key isn't working anymore. I use Karmic Koala.

The keyboard preferences is set up for different languages, but that's not my problem.

I'd like to make it so when I type the key to the left of 1 (the one that types out ` and ~) that it types R.

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Ubuntu :: Change Keyboard Layout 9.10 Chroot

Mar 12, 2010

I'm rly poundering on the following problem. For our school assignment we need to make a liveCD (just a part of the assignment). I've stripped down a default ubuntu 9.10 . But I need to default keyboard layout to be azerty (belgium). When I run the liveCD in virtualbox and do dpkg -reconfigure console-setup it's all good.

But when I do it in chroot to change the liveCD, it gives an OK etc but when I pack it into an ISO again and run it ... Again US keyboard layout. Even on startup when I change the keymap it doesn't change to azerty... I rly don't know what to try now..

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Ubuntu :: Change Default Keyboard Layout

Jun 21, 2010

This was a fresh install of 10.04. I set the keyboard for UK Intl for use with a cordless keyboard. The keyboard turns out to be incompatible with 10.04, because it does not type the ' and " signs correctly. I tried another cordless keyboard with the same result. I gave up and attached a plug in usb keyboard which has a USA layout. I added USA International layout and set to apply system wide.

The problem is that whenever the computer is shut down and restarted it reverts to the UK setting, and even though I'm using a USA keyboard it still does not type the ' and " signs correctly. Can I fix this without doing a full re-install?

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Ubuntu :: Change Keyboard Layout In The Terminal?

Jun 19, 2011

I have Ubuntu Natty installed and I'm using German keyboard layout. If I try to change using CTRL-ALT-F1 into terminal then I have US keyboard instead of German. Howto change keyboard layout in the Terminal?

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Ubuntu :: Change - Default - Keyboard Layout In 11.04?

Jul 23, 2011

At first, I've installed the desktop version (Gnome desktop environment) with a German keyboard (u know, "y" and "z" is swapped, etc...) and everything turned out to be fine.

The problem comes when I want to use a normal en-US layout keyboard to replace the German keyboard.

I simply did: System Settings --> Hardware --> Keyboard and in the "Layouts" page I "Remove" the German layout and "Add" the USA layout. I even clicked the "Apply System-Wide..." button...

Things work out fine for the current session.

But each time after a restart/log out the default layout will go back to German although the USA layout still exists in the "Layouts" page. And also in the console I can tell the layout is still German.

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Software :: Want To Change Keyboard Layout On Shell

Mar 13, 2009

I've installed fedora10 on my virtual machine under a OpenSuse10.3. When installing i ve chosen English language and French layout for keyboard. But any time i run fedora my kb is English and i cannot find how to change it
How can i do it using shell?

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Debian Configuration :: Change To Norwegian Keyboard Layout

Oct 24, 2015

When I installed Debuntu i picked US as my country, and now when i try to change region/language/keyboard-layout to norwegian, Debuntu only suggests english. How can i install the Norwegian language pack to debuntu?

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Ubuntu :: Change Keyboard Layout From Live Session?

Feb 14, 2010

I need to change my keyboard layout from Arabic to USA. I cannot login to my machine, however I can access its files via a live session.

Is there a text file I can edit that will change my keyboard layout.

I am running Ubuntu 8.10 with a Gnome desktop.

I have tried editing /etc/X11/xorg.conf and this did not work.

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Ubuntu Installation :: Change Console Keyboard Layout?

May 15, 2011

If I switch using CTRL-ALT-F1 to the console, then I have other keyboard layout than under Gnome Desktop. Howto change console keyboard layout?

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Software :: Change Character In Custom Keyboard Layout?

Mar 9, 2010

How can I change the third level of the 1 (one) key to umlauted a using German Dvorak layout?

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Debian Multimedia :: Can't Change Keyboard Layout In Gnome 3 Classic

Jun 2, 2015

I installed Gnome 3 Classic but I can't change my input source.in Gnome 3 I can but in Classic version I can't. In Gnome 3 I can see it beside the Clock but In Gnome 3 Classic it doesn't exist. How can I enable it?

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Ubuntu Servers :: Gnome VNC Server / Cant Change Keyboard Layout

Nov 15, 2010

I installed server 10.10, but it has the wrong keyboard layout. Can i change it to swedish via ssh, because the keyboard preferences wont start via the vnc?

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Ubuntu :: Keyboard Layout Control's Icon Doesn't Change?

Feb 19, 2011

Keyboard layout control's icon doesn't change when different input language is selected. Is there any way to make it behave similar to Windows?

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Ubuntu :: Adding Spanish Language Keyboard Layout Disables Alt_R On USA Layout?

May 29, 2010

Running Ubuntu Lucid Lynx, GNOME 2.3Keyboard Preferences utilityAdding any Spanish language keyboard layout makes my Alt_R not work in ANY layout! I see that it changes Alt_R to "Iso_L..." for all/both layouts, including USA layout. When I click "Reset to Defaults" it's fine again, USA layout shows Alt_R again. I've tried all the variants of the Latin American layout and the Spain layout and they all do the same thing.What is "ISO_L..." and what's going on?i DESPERATELY need my Alt_R to work!

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OpenSUSE Install :: Keyboard Layout Constantly Resets To Another Layout In OSUSE 11.3?

Aug 9, 2010

I have installed opensuse 11.3 a couple of weeks ago in 2 computers and both suffer of the same problem.In my asus laptop, i have a german keyboard. It is correctly recogniced as german keyboard by ev-dev, i guess. (ev-dev managed). But i need to write some spanisch symbols too, like accents (ᠩ ? 񬠷hich in a normal linux, they do work. For some reason, after rebooting, or after some time of having it running, the keyboard layout resets to an invalid setup, here accents get not over the letter (?a ?e ?i ?o ?u), so i have to select my layout again in the gnome control center.

With my other computermore or less the same.Its a desktop PC with an spanisch keyboard. But i thinck i picked German keyboard during installation and now it starts always with german with some sort of 5 secs delay when setting it. I have to pick spanisch and i always delete the german layout, but after some time having it running, it resets to the previusly deleted german layout.

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Fedora :: F12 Keyboard Don't Save Layout

Feb 4, 2010

I have an issue with Fedora 12, everytime I change the Layout of the Keyboard in: Preference/hardware/keyboard and logout It goes back to default.

If I remove USA and add french canada, when I logout and login it goes back to usa & fren canada legacy.

I tried just to remove usa but it comeback everytimes.

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Fedora :: Make A Personalized Keyboard Layout ?

Jul 24, 2009

My problem is that I use a awful lot of characters. I do math which means I want to be able to type Greek letters and mathematical symbols, and I also want to be able to type Polish and Russian characters. I figure for Cyrillic I should just make a separate layout since I wouldn't want to type with one hand on some special key all the time anyway. What I would like to do would be to use the right alt for Polish and math symbols (there are enough keys to go around) and use a different shortcut for Greek letters, preferably not involving switching layouts.

I know only a very small bit about how xkb works (I at least know where the layout files are, what each key is called, and how to do trivial manipulations, but that's it) and none of the tutorials i could find were very informative about what I need to know.

One stupid, hopefully easy problem is that I do not know how to input math characters because I do not know their names (for characters like integral, less than or equal to, direct sum, etc) or if/how I can put in Unicode ids or something of that nature.

The other thing is that I don't know how to set up a separate key combination (say right-alt - backslash) to use Greek letters.

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Fedora :: Keyboard Layout Restart After Reboot -12?

Nov 22, 2009

I have a little problem when I restart my computer, the keyboard layout restart and get back to the default USA keyboard. Even if I delete it it's still back after the reboot. Maybe there a file that I can edit to get my default Canada setting to stay.Also, another problem that have been discussed thousand time before, I tried to add a drive to fstab without success, here what my fstab look like:Quote:

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# /etc/fstab
# Created by anaconda on Sat Nov 21 13:02:07 2009

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Fedora :: Keyboard Layout Back To USA After Login

Dec 12, 2009

This problem has been discussed a couple of times here and there and there are numerous solutions as well as unsolved stories. The topic says it all I think. I use ca(fr) layout, and in the gnome keyboard configuration (system, preferences, keyboard) I only leave Canada. When I log out and go back in, the layout changes to USA and in the configuration tool, theres canada AND usa. I have to delete USA every time. The file /etc/sysconfig/keyboard is already set to ca(fr) and doesn't change

I tried to delete:
rm -f /var/cache/gdm/your-username/.dmrc
rm -f ~/.dmrc

but I either did miss something or it didn't work. The only thing I observed is that if I set the keyboard layout to Ca(fr) at the login screen (which is always set back to USA), the layout stays to ca(fr) in my session. This problem did not occur on Fedora 11 and it began on 12 on my laptop as well as on my girlfriend's.

I've read somewhere and I forgot where, that it is a known bug in Gnome and that it is fixed in a later version. I applied all available updates and system/about this computer says I have Gnome 2.28.0 and if I recall, this bug is supposedly fixed in 2.28.4 but I may be wrong on the version number. This is very annoying as we try to turn our computers off when we don't use them but this reset every login kind of forces us to our previous bad habits.

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Fedora :: Tray Icon For Keyboard Layout?

Dec 19, 2009

I'm searching for a tool that can show current keyboard layout in GNOME tray panel. As I reminded there was such tool for KDE, but at this time I'm using GNOME and it's a really problem to find such stuff. Is there any tool for GNOME (showing keyboard layout tray icon) like in KDE?

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Fedora :: Wrong Keyboard Layout At Login (KDM)

Aug 16, 2010

I use a Dvorak keyboard. I recently installed F13, and the layout is correct in the console an after logging in, but at the login screen, it goes to QWERTY. I've tried all of the settings in the GUI configurators; all of those are set right. There is no xorg.conf; so, I can't change it that way.

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Fedora :: Keyboard Layout - What Combination To Get: > (symbol)

Apr 19, 2011

I have this (Norwegian) keyboard layout on a HP Mini 1000 (came with US keyboard). But I can't seem to find the combination to get the ">" (or "<" for that matter) symbol/char. Anyone out there know the combination so I can finally use my netbook for other things than just simple browsing?

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Fedora :: FC15 Keyboard Layout Not Quite Right / Correct This?

Jul 16, 2011

I've just installed FC15 and starting to like Gnome 3. There's something wrong with the keyboard layout:
at, number, tilde and anything with [AltGr] does not work (square, cubic, Euro sign, micro sign,...).
Language is german but keyboard is british. Where/how can I correct this ?

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