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For me, simply setting KEYMAP=Y in /etc/initramfs-tools/initramfs.conf worked -- I am now able to use my console's keymap for entering the LUKS passphrase. As root: echo "KEYMAP=Y" >> /etc/initramfs-tools/initramfs.conf update-initramfs -u Source: https://wiki.debian.org/Keyboard#Set_Keyboard_Layout_in_initramfs


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First, just executing setxkbmap: setxkbmap -layout "us,ru" setxkbmap -option "grp:caps_toggle,grp_led:scroll,compose:ralt" But it works only: For current session Until Gnome will overwrite it (for example touching something in gconf's org.gnome.desktop.input-sources triggers reset). Well as far as Gnome "resetting" it i dunno. I do know ...


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Probably the effect of these two bugs: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/indicator-keyboard/+bug/1240198 and https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-settings-daemon/+bug/1246272. It is (still!) not fixed. There are a couple of workarounds: Keyboard layout switches to English each time I reboot and Keyboard keeps defaulting to wrong layout ...


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Works in 14.04 LTS Click on the Settings Icon in the top-right-most of the panel (on the right of Time) Click on System Settings Under Hardware section, Select Keybord Under Typing tab, Click Text Entry Click + button to add a keyboard layout Type in Workman, you'll find this, asking you to select out of available: Select, English (Workman). ...


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Since you're using the default XInput instead of ibus or such. You can run setxkbmap [your layout] from a terminal window or in console mode.


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What do you mean ?! - you want to insert own created typeset of key-images for your keyboard ?! - what OS exactly and which window-manager you have (unity, gnome, ... ?) - in unity do this: Alt-F2 - then type "sys" and click at system-settings - there you can choose then with icon for "text-input" all sorts of suiting keyboard-typesets for your keyboard - I ...


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How it works for me is: System Settings->Text Entry. Here you can set any key-combo (default: Super+Space) for switching the next/previous language layout. And it shows the language in the top-right corner, so this one worked for me.


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As far as I know there is no such feature. The answer I wrote to this question might help. I.e. by switching to fcitx you might use fixed shortcuts for two of the inpput methods.


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Here is an old article on the bi-directionality of AbiWord. It explains how to create bi-directional documents using AbiWord. I believe that it may assist you in solving your problem. http://www.abisource.com/help/en-US/howto/howtobidi.html


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Persian and some other layouts are hardcoded to have ISO_Level3_Switch(AltGr or whatever!) instead of Right Alt so when you are in english layout you can use Alt_R + Shift_R/Shift_R + Alt_R to switch to persian but when you are using persian layout the key isn't Alt_R anymore but ISO_Level3_Switch! Thanks to Sneetsher we know how to change a hardcoded ...


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Press Ctrl+Shift+U an underlined u will appear, then entry the Unicode of the character do you want. Some Unicode's: e1 á e9 é ed í f3 ó fa ú For others characters use the 'Character Map' program to get the Unicode.


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Here a late solution (that worked at least for me) Open terminal in your home directory. Open the file .xinputrc (you should have one) and comment the line: run_im xim Reboot your computer, and now you (hopefully) the problem is fixed.


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The best thing for you is to learn the keyboards of each world ... because by using a pc keyboard on a mac or a mac keyboard on a pc you'll restrict yourself on the real use of the machine. After a simple search those links answer to your question, you'll just have to apply it to your needs : How to configure a keyboard on Ubuntu (simple way but may not ...


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Go to Language Support and Locate Keyboard input Method System and change it from Ibus to None. Clic in the following link to see the Image. Image Of Language Support


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I have had the same problem and the solution after a great headache during days has been the following. Nothing can be more easy: In the option: file->preferences->input the following check box must be disabled: keyboard autocapture I am translating from spanish version, but there must be something similar in the english version. Greetings.



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