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1answer
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Keyboard layout isn't changed in Chromium under Debian

I have a problem with switching layouts in Chromium. If I switch keyboard layout it changes successfully, but I can't still type Cyrillic (or other) symbols in Chromium. I found out that actually ...
2
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3answers
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xscreensaver and keyboard layouts

xscreensaver doesn't show which is the current keyboard layout, so sometimes I can't enter my password, because I've switched to Cyrillic without knowing it. I found a discussion about the same ...
3
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1answer
134 views

Caps lock doesn't take effect on all letters

I have a laptop running Debian Jessie with only the Linux console (X server not installed). On this laptop caps lock doesn't take effect on the special Danish characters æøå (I just get æøå instead of ...
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0answers
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Compose key works on console/TTY, but not in X session

My compose key does not work in my X session anymore if I change a certain line in my /etc/default/keyboard that (if I am not mistaken) should only affect the keymap of the TTY. I'll try to elaborate ...
1
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1answer
532 views

How can I change the keyboard layout before I log in?

In order to switch to a new keyboard layout I have added an setxkbmap command to my Openbox's autostart.sh. However, this only takes effect once I log in (when Openbox starts). While logging in, in ...
1
vote
1answer
792 views

debian/XFCE Virtualbox Guest on a Mac: how to use home and end keys?

So I have a Mac, and rather than boot debian/XFCE directly and have to configure hardware drivers I'm using VirtualBox. This means that my multitouch trackpad works well, and I can jump in and out of ...
6
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2answers
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How do I temporary change my keyboard layout on Debian? (no X)

How can I quickly change my keyboard layout between US and German? setxkbmap does not apply here, as I only have an SSH shell. Persistent changes via dpkg-reconfigure keyboard-configuration ...
6
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1answer
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How to set keyboard layout used to enter password on an encrypted filesystem?

After my upgrade to Debian 6 (Squeeze), the keyboard layout used to enter the password of encrypted filesystem has been changed. How can I revert it back to previous one? My understanding is that, ...