Description of problem: English (US) keyboard layout is available by default, even though I deleted it in Anaconda.
How reproducible: Always
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Visit the keyboard layout spoke
2. Delete the English (US) keyboard layout and replace it with English (Dvorak)
3. Complete installation and restart computer
Actual results: Both keyboard layouts are available as options in gdm. (Dvorak is properly the default layout.) Both are pre-selected in gnome-initial-setup.
Expected results: English (US) should not be available in gdm nor pre-selected in gnome-initial-setup -- I already deleted it!
Additional info: Tested with both Fedora Live Desktop and the DVD installer.
Just tried this and confirmed that the /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/00-keyboard.conf written by anaconda contains only one layout: XkbLayout "us" and XkbVariant dvorak. The other keyboard layout is being added somewhere in GNOME.
(In reply to David Shea from comment #1)
> Just tried this and confirmed that the /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/00-keyboard.conf
> written by anaconda contains only one layout: XkbLayout "us" and XkbVariant
> dvorak. The other keyboard layout is being added somewhere in GNOME.
Yup. Also: after removing English (US) as a layout option in gnome-initial-setup, it was no longer an option in the shell, but it's still an option in GDM.
Possibly related, possibly a separate bug: my user account has no language set. In the Region & Language panel, both the Language and Format boxes are blank. My language also appears as blank in the Users panel.
This issue is present even when I select other languages like Hindi and Tamil. I am unable to remove the US keyboard layout completely.
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