Description of problem:
I selected "German (Latin 1)" keyboard layout during installation and after it installed and I login it has US keyboard layout. Looking at
System -> Preferences -> Keyboard also only shows US layout
Steps to Reproduce:
1. select German keyboard layout during install
2. login to gnome
wrong layout selected
correct layout selected
What does /etc/sysconfig/keyboard say?
There's no /etc/sysconfig/keyboard in the installed system, or are you refering to the installer after selecting the language?
No, the installed system was what I was wondering about.
I use KDE, so I'm not sure if this is the same bug, but my keyboard layout always resets to US even though I keep trying to make it UK. It stays at UK until I reboot (or possibly log out/log in), and then it's back to US again. I also have no /etc/sysconfig/keyboard file.
My /etc/sysconfig/keyboard says:
However, if I switch to the console (say, Ctrl+Alt+F2) and come back again, the keyboard map has switched to US. Then system -> preferences -> keyboard only shows the USA layout.
Same here, I have this /etc/sysconfig/keyboard:
But after logging into GNOME I get US keyboard always, also the GDM login screen uses US keyboard (so if I use non-alpha characters for the password I always get the wrong password), found this selecting "Other..." on the login screen to get the clear-text username input.
(In reply to comment #4)
> I use KDE, so I'm not sure if this is the same bug, but my keyboard layout
> always resets to US even though I keep trying to make it UK. It stays at UK
> until I reboot (or possibly log out/log in), and then it's back to US again. I
> also have no /etc/sysconfig/keyboard file.
I think that's bug 530452 which is fixed by the latest gdm package from koji
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