[ubuntu-utah] default keymapping question

Christer Edwards christer.edwards at ubuntu.com
Sun Jun 3 03:12:45 BST 2007

Can anyone tell me where the default system keymapping is stored on
ubuntu / debian machines?  I'm *not* looking for the X config or
setxkbmap, but a console level default keyboard layout.

The issue that I'm having here is based on my initially installing a
laptop with the dvorak layout for myself.  Since that time I have handed
the machine down to my wife and I can remap the keys once within X, but
not previous to login.  Yes, that means she has had to memorize her
username and password in dvorak to log in to her machine.

I wouldn't think this would be so difficult but I can't seem to find any
setting anywhere.


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