How to change the keyboard layout for the entire system?
How to change the keyboard layout for good? none of the other solutions found in the others posts works.
I did a few change like 90-keyboard-layout.conf and on the kde system option. But on console no has the change. On kde I change with Crt+Alt+F1 to whatever tty and don't have the change instead I do loadkey but I don't want to do every time loadkey.
Any clue? I'll be very grateful ;)
90-keyboard-layout.conf has nothing to do with the console. Create a file under /etc/rc.d called 'rc.keymap' and then past this in there:
Usually this is file is created when you first install your system if you have chosen an alternate keyboard map during installation.
Thank you. this is what I need. I didn't choose an alternate keyboard.
This about rc.keymap you know from where? any doc you know, to read about this kind of stuff the slackware?
The sample keymap files are under /usr/share/kbd/keymaps/, as described in the loadkeys man page.
Slackware is mostly "standard GNU/Linux" so there is often no specifically Slackware documentation on how to do things.
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