Keyboard text - how get basic encoding? Not US-Intl? "%20" not space. Where change after install? KUbuntu ; jor Debian
On Fri, Jul 30, 2010 at 12:30 PM, Eduardo M KALINOWSKI
> On Sex, 30 Jul 2010, giovanni_re wrote:
>> Do you have any idea where the keyboard parameter is set(s) from the
>> debian alternate installer? *In which files?
> Debian does not have an "alternate" installer. If you are thinking Ubuntu,
> you may need to ask on the Ubuntu lists/forum.
> As for Debian itself, one of the first steps in installing Debian (text or
> graphical mode - since they're essentially the same, only the way the
> widgets are displayed really changes) is the selection of keyboard map. Just
> select the basic US keyboard.
>> Any idea of which debian mail list is for the debian installer related
>> discussion? - That being where it is likely someone familiar with the
>> specifics of this issue might see & respond to this issue.
> There is a list for the Debian installer:
> http://lists.debian.org/debian-boot/ However, your specific problem seems a
Ubuntu's alternate and mini isos use the same Debian installer as
Debian's cd, netinst, and bcard isos so it is easy to confuse their
names - if you use both.
I have no idea what d-i "module" selects and sets the keyboard but
Debian's keyboard settings are held in /etc/default/keyboard. If you
prefer not to edit it directly, you can use "dpkg-reconfigure
keyboard-configuration" to modify it.
As Eduardo rightly says, your problem is a non-issue for the
debian-boot list because it is not a help list.
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