There are a methods to do this. After installing the keyboard configuration package:
$ sudo yum install system-config-keyboard
2 packages will get installed.
From here you can then invoke
Via the command tool
$ sudo setup
[sudo] password for saml:
Selecting Keyboard configuration will take you to the keyboard configuration (same as above).
Through the GNOME 3 settings you can also change the keyboard like so.
Open up Settings and select Keyboard:
Select Input Sources:
Select the plus (
+), to add a new source:
Type the name of the layout you want, in your case it's "Nor..".
Via the command line you can also change the keyboard layout using the tool
localectl. To get a list of keyboard layouts, use the switch
list-keymaps. This method was found here on the ask.fedoraprojects.org site, titled: Change default system keyboard layout for virtual console..
$ localectl list-keymaps
Once you've identified the layout you want.
- change console keymap:
localectl set-keymap jp106
- change x11 keymap:
localectl set-x11-keymap jp
NOTE: The set-x11-keymap options are much more flexible, see the manpage for instructions on listing the available parameters.