How to put the keyboard in Spanish?

  • Posted June 12, 2014

I used the following command, but I still can ; and ~ on my keyboard. It took days trying but no way.

apt-get install console-data



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Will different keyboard layouts be implemented?

The problem is that most basic characters like ='"/-\ and so on are not possible in the web console. This renders the web console pretty useless for international users.


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If is another option that I’ve seen, but I like more putty. Really thank you for everything. You saved me another sleepless night.

Thank you.

Perfect, I got what I wanted. I thought you had to first configure ssh from my server to work with ssh. So I went to the website to see how you configured and try to do it, but not having the keyboard in Spanish I did not come out some key commands. That was why I wanted to have the keyboard in Spanish, to configure ssh and work well

I have worked with putty, I love this program. I have researched and there for mac, is there any similar program as good as? If not, I have a windows virtual machine to work with the server if there is no so good for mac solution.

Thank you very much, you have given me life. I’ll be eternally grateful.

Hi Jorge!

Are you asking about the web console on Unfortunately, it doesn’t support different keyboard layouts. It’s really meant just to give you a way to access your server if you have no other way. For day to day work, you’re much better off connecting via SSH. If you are a Windows user, I’d recommend that you use PuTTY: