Recently, I attached an aluminium USB Apple keyboard to my Thinkpad running Ubuntu 20.04, setting Compose to Caps using
Now I cannot get my old Left Win / Super keys behaviour back.
I'm manually setting the keyboard layout using
setxkbmap -option "" -variant "" -layout "de" -model "pc105" multiple times a day (probably every time the laptop suspended) and I'm out of ideas where else the system could get the undesired setting.
This is the config
/etc/default/keyboard (that's what I want!):
XKBLAYOUT="de" BACKSPACE="guess" XKBVARIANT="" XKBMODEL="pc105" XKBOPTIONS=""
setxkbmap -query: completely puzzled about this. Keyboard behaves like a pc105 alright, not sure where the
variant: ,mac,, comes from and most importantly: lwin shouldn't be Compose.
rules: evdev model: pc105 layout: de,de,gb,gb variant: ,mac,, options: compose:lwin,terminate:ctrl_alt_bksp
Gnome Tweaks says the Compose key is Disabled:
I do not have an
Pointers on where to look for persisted settings much appreciated. Thanks!