I changed my Raspberry Pi keyboard (using command the
sudo nano /etc/default/keyboardp). I set:
XKBLAYOUT = 'in'
Now, after reboot I just can't login! Can I somehow reset this CHANGE?
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If you know the IP address you can
ssh from another machine. Then use the
Open a terminal
Change Keyboard Layout
ssh, if you have proper partitions on your SD card you can:
vim /Volumes/<card name>/etc/default/keyboardto
XKBLAYOUT="us"or whatever suits your need
Can you insert the SD card into another machine and mount the filesystem?
If so, edit
/etc/default/keyboard and change
XKBLAYOUT="in" back to your desired setting.
If needed, there's a list of valid codes on Wikipedia.
You have switched to an Indic keyboard, though it's hard to know which one. They look quite different depending on which one was selected. There are some examples here: http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Keyboard_layouts#Indic
You basically have two choices: use another machine to
ssh into you pi and fix it, or reflash your pi and start over.