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I need 3 different keyboard language layouts, so in Windows I use control+1, control+9, control+0.

I can not do that in Linux, I currently change layouts with caps lock for English, and right windows key to switch layouts if I want Ukrainian and Russian.

I'm asking if I could, for example, write a bash script to change between layouts, or install a program for key binding?

I have tried to Google, didn't help.

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On 12.04 I'm switching between English, Bulgarian and Greek with Alt+Shift without problems. There is a package console-cyrillic that may be will be useful for you.

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