Description of problem:
Installing in graphical mode, selected french keyboard, switched to a text console and found console was still using US keyboard. This worked in old anaconda
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install in graphic mode
2. Select french keyboard
3. Switch to the shell console
Type a 'q' and you will get a q. That means console is still using US keuyboard (Actually I am assumming the tester's physical keyboard is an American one.)
Typing a 'q' and geting an 'a'
*** Bug 1160904 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 1165264 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Just a single point of clarification
At the end of the software installation, anaconda begins the bootloader creation process and installs root and user logons. It is only at this step that the shell keyboard layout is set to correspond to the anaconda/Gnome selected version.
The shell keyboard resetting should occur before the first package is downloaded, so that if there was a download error, we could use the shell to create copies of the logs, etc.
release note could indicate that user should perform
localectl set keymap xx (xx=your keboard code )
Ditto for Fedora 22 RC3. March 8 2015
Switching to terminal while anaconda is running shows US keyboard
I resolved problem as per comment 4
appears corrected with Fedora 22 Beta tc3 21Mar2015_ and F21.
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