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Thanks to macondo for providing the solution. It's in post #3. Thanks to everybody else for input; note that the thread goes a bit OT after the solution.
I wish to use the dvorak keyboard layout, and I wish it to be loaded when I log in to tty1. Oh, and X doesn't work for me yet, so a console-only solution will do just fine.
I had this set the way I wanted (thanks to Debian for including Dvorak in the installer!), but somehow screwed with it when I completed base-config. I tried re-running base-config, but it didn't bring up the option screen where I screwed up. Hm. I think I'll run tasksel and dselect, just for fun
Anyways, the reason I ask for help in the distro forum is that I seached for both "keyboard layout" and "dvorak", no results that work for Woody. I googled for a similar selection of terms, also to no avail.
Also, I'm kinda' embarrased to ask such a simple question, but hey... nobody's perfect. Except August Dvorak
Last edited by jonaskoelker; 09-10-2005 at 01:42 PM.
to Not now, John: thanks for the effort, but I guessed it wouldn't work, since /etc/rc.d/ and /etc/sysconfig/ doesn't exist. However, I already have a loadkeys file; "loadkeys dvorak" does what one would expect. The reason I posted in "Debian" was that I wanted a Debian specific (or at least Debian functional solution). Still, thank you for the effort
to Macondo: yep, it worked; dvorak is back on track (wohoo!); The installation guide seems very good, in the case the installer does what you want it to; when errors occur (my case), you're on your own though - I'll probably make a post on this too. But thanks for the link, and thanks a lot for the solution.