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In Ubuntu 11.10, in settings for Keyboard Layout:

I could change the keyboard model in earlier Ubuntu-versions. (104 keys, 106 keys and so on). How can i do this in Ubuntu 11.10? - the setting is gone from where it used to be (keyboard layouts).

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There is a XKBMODEL variable in /etc/default/keyboard. However I don't know why was it removed from settings and what are the possible options.

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