Choosing Norwegian language during install results in this
being used on the console, but not in X.
hmmm ... though there are a few spots of untranslated English text in the
install, using both boot.img and bootnet.img with a GUI install brings up X in
Norweigan for me ...
clarification from Kjartan:
> What I meant was that after the machine boots up again,
> I have norwegian keymappings on the console with "-" next
> to the right shift key and "/" as shift+7 etc. In X I have
> "/" on the key next to the right shift key (on the left that
> is) and something else on shift+7, ie US mapping. This is
> wrong and also not consistent.
I had similar problem with redhat 6.2.
I selected Slovene as keyboard layout in text mode install
( the gfx mode had no ooption for Slovene keyboards ),
but X was US.
Reason : no Slovene keyboard files present in the Xfree distribution.
They are using a slightly newer method called XKB.
Some guys in Slovenia created XKB files for Slovene keyboards,
which I also sent to redhat. It was also said that Slovene keyboard
will be part of Xfree 4.0 , but I didn't check it yet.
So either there is no XKB file for norwegian or it is set up incorrectly
by the installer ( there were many problems with keyboard setting in the
installer in the 6.x versions, see bugzilla ). With Xfree 3.x.x you can
disable XKB by setting an option in the XF86Config file, and then it
would just use the console settings. I don't know if this works with 4.0
See bug #7555.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 12191 ***