I upgraded to Kubuntu 18.04 recently but do not see the Slovak keyboard layout (in "Keyboard - System Settings Module" ). Is there any way how to add it?
This layout was normally available for older Kubuntu versions.
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I don't have access to a Kubuntu desktop at the moment, but you can try to add it system wide.
/etc/default/keyboard file for editing. If you for instance have the English (US) layout set by default, you probably find these two lines:
You can add Slovak by changing those lines so they look like this:
Hopefully Slovak will then be available after next reboot.
/etc/default/keyboard corresponding to
setxkbmap() command in comment:
XKBLAYOUT="us,sk" BACKSPACE="guess" XKBVARIANT=",qwerty" XKBMODEL="pc105" XKBOPTIONS="grp:alt_shift_toggle"