I have a netbook with an AZERTY layout. I've changed it to "bépo" to try it, but now I've reset it to a french layout.
While all the apps have taken the change into account, Ubuntu's login manager still uses bépo, making entering passwords a challenge. I've enabled the virtual keyboard for the time being so that I could login again.
I don't remember what I had done in the first place to switch the login screen to bépo, but now I can't switch it back.
EDIT : In the keyboard settings page, if I click "use system defaults", then everything is in bépo ! Where is this different keyboard layout set ?
ANOTHER EDIT : Here's what did not work :
- Changing the layout in settings
- using the "use system defaults" checkbox in settings
- sudo dpkg-reconfigure keyboard-configuration
- changing it in Xconf
- adding a line in /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf
- sudo dpkg-reconfigure locales
- slaming head against desk
- dpkg-reconfigure lightdm
- sudo gsettings set org.gnome.libgnomekbd.keyboard layouts "['fr']"
- combinations of the above
Is it possible to relaunch the keyboard configuration tool that's in ubuntu's setup ? The thing has automatic layout detection and it changes the setting everywhere.