Question

Changing keyboard layout

  • Posted July 16, 2013

Hi, I’m currently running a VPS using Ubuntu. I’m trying to configure the console so I can type using an Azerty keyboard layout, however when changing the /etc/default/keyboard my VPS keeps using Querty, even after a reboot.

My /etc/default/keyboard file: http://www.upl.co/uploads/screen-64.png

Any thoughts?

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Awesome, glad to hear it worked :]

Thank your for the help! <br> <br>Seems like the problem only persisted on the webconsole, when I used the console on my local machine to SSH my server, Azerty worked fine.

If it’s already installed, you have to run “sudo dpkg-reconfigure console-setup” instead.

It says that console-data is allready the latest version, so no succes so far…

:sudo apt-get install console-data" - choose azerty when it prompts your for keyboard layout.

I get this result: <br> <br>uknowwn charset unicode - ignoring charset request <br>Loading /usr/share/keymaps/i386/azerty/fr.kmap.gz <br> <br>But it doesn’t change anything when I type.

Try running “sudo loadkeys fr” in the console - does that work?