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Whats the recommended way of setting keymaps loading on Ubuntu 10.10?

I have tried dpkg-reconfigure console-data but it doesn't seem to work. Neither does edit of /etc/default/console-setup

loadkeys <keymap> works fine and I could load it myself, but where is the recommended place to store it?

I'm using a virtual appliance from bitnami so perhaps it's tweaked a little.

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closed as too localized by James Feb 25 '12 at 0:48

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The BitNami virtual appliance is just Ubuntu 10.10 with the minimum software to run the BitNami servers. It is not tweaked so the default solution for Ubuntu should work. You may need to install additional packages that would be installed in a default Ubuntu desktop installation though. – kaysa Jan 23 '12 at 9:21
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