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I have this keyboard: http://trust.com/products/product.aspx?artnr=17603 and i cant configure it with Raspbian. I run rasp-config and went to configure_keyboard, selected a generic 105-key keyboard and set the language to Portuguese (my language) and it is all messy! Help is appreciated

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Check your /etc/default/keyboard for your layout.

cat /etc/default/keyboard | grep LAYOUT

If it's anything other than your language code, let's change it. We'll have to do that as root, so:

sudo nano /etc/default/keyboard

and change the value to what you need it to be. I use dvorak, so if I were on Debian mine would look like:

XKBLAYOUT="dvorak"

Yours will just be your language code, though. Just to make sure, also, it'd probably be good measure to check your locale. Can you also check the result of:

env | grep LANG
  • This is half an answer. Good info, but how do I make it a regular US Keyboard, whether 104-key or the tiny one? They are both wired. – SDsolar Aug 3 '17 at 20:44

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