Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1021196
system-config-keyboard not being called to reset keyboard
Last modified: 2013-12-30 02:40:49 EST
Description of problem:
During Anaconda setup.
Step 1 Select English as the installation language.
Step 2 Select Canadian French as the only Keyboard in the system.
When I boot the system, the "virtual terminal (ctl-alt-f2...ctl-alt-f6)" default keyboard layout and keymapping remains unchanged as English USA.
If there is only 1 keyboard type on the system, the default terminal keyboard selection should follow the order of the settings selected in Anaconda keyboard selection.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
(Virtual) keyboard layout does not follow the resetting of the reassigned keyboard setup.
Expect Keyboard setup to follow the defined primary Keyboard selection.
Anaconda worked correctly in F20-Alpha-TC5.
Keyboard mapping for virtual terminal was corrected with
fedora-setup-keyboard doesn't exist anymore, it's been replaced by systemd-localed
do you have a /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/00-keyboard.conf?
There was no 00-keyboard.conf prior to my executing the system-config-keyboard.
I searched all of X11 and also /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d for the keyboard definition.
I have three systems with F20, and the problem was apparent on the three.
s-c-k needs to update vconsole.keymap=XX in /etc/default/grub
With the correction of other keyboard issues for non-english languages, this issue became part of the corrective.
Therefore, it is no longer an issue,
Really? If I boot with vconsole.keymap=de in /etc/default/grub and re-generate my grub config, then run s-c-k it doesn't update. I have the wrong keyboard map.