Wrong keys on keyboard when in terminal mode
I'm using Ubuntu 9.04 on a desktop (i486) computer with een Fujitsu Siemens keyboard.
When in X-mode, all keys behave like they should, including all the diacrites like ë etc.
When i switch tot terminal (Ctrl-Alt-F2) and login, Linux thinks i possess a genuine Dutch keyboard.
In X-mode the top row reads (when the Shift-key is pressed):
~ ! @ # $ % ^ & * ( ) _ +
In terminal-mode the top row reads (when the Shift-key is pressed):
╜ ! " # $ % & _ ( ) ' ? ~
This is annoying as i don't know where the / - etc are by heart.
When in terminal mode, how do i change the keyboard layout whithout changing the layout in X-mode??
Kees de Boer