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I'd like to activate ctrl+alt+backspace on multiple pcs (Ubuntu 14.04) using
I don't want to do the dialog every time so i tried:
debconf-get-selections | grep "^keyboard-configuration" > config.dat
on a host where i answered the dialog with the desired answers
On the host where i want to do it non interactively i tried:
debconf-set-selections config.dat dpkg-reconfigure -f noninteractive keyboard-configuration
it ran without asking, but afterwards the selections where reset to the default values
How can i get dpkg to use my predefined values? Or is there another possibility to enable the ctrl+alt+backspace for all users without going through dialogs?
to summarize: my problem is that
dpkg-reconfigure -f noninteractive keyboard-configuration
doesn't seem to respect my preseeded selections. Can anyone find something wrong in the procedure how i try to do it or could this be a bug?