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I changed in setting under sudo nano /etc/default/keyboard XKBLAYOUT="in"

I know i made some mistakes here "in" is not any standard but after rebooting my system am unable to login in my device please help me out.

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If you have a computer running linux you can mount the sd card partition and simply change the setting from there.

The preinstalled rasbian sd-cards uses ext4 for the system partition so you probably won't be able to do this using windows.

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How are you trying to login, via your keyboard connected to the device or via a shell?

If you have ssh running on the Pi and it is connected to your home internet connection, then log into your routers page (usually something like 192.168.1.1) and find the IP# that has been assigned to the RPi.

You can then see if the ssh service is started - try ssh pi@ (Assuming pi is your login). If you get a shell, try your password and hopefully you can log in. You should then be able to edit the keyboard configuration and re-start the Pi.

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