[Bug 1578540] Re: setupcon looks for VARIANT in wrong path: /usr/etc/default/

Ubuntu Foundations Team Bug Bot 1578540 at bugs.launchpad.net
Thu May 5 12:31:49 UTC 2016

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  setupcon looks for VARIANT  in wrong path: /usr/etc/default/

Status in console-setup package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:
  On 16.04 amd64:

  $ ls /etc/default/console-setup*
  /etc/default/console-setup  /etc/default/console-setup.tj

  $ sudo setupcon -v tj
  [sudo] password for tj: 
  setupcon: None of /usr/etc/default/keyboard.tj nor /home/tj/.console-setup.tj exists.

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