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#1 2015-02-17 23:08:11

andoru
#! Junkie
Registered: 2014-02-23
Posts: 328

Switching keyboard layouts doesn't do anything

So, as the title says, I cannot get to type in romanian letters (just a standard US keyboard layout that has those letters mapped to the puctuation keys next to Enter) when switching from US to RO.
Here's what I have in /etc/default/keyboard:

XKBMODEL="pc104"
XKBLAYOUT="us,ro"
XKBVARIANT=""
XKBOPTIONS="grp:alt_shift_toggle,lv3:ralt_alt,grp_led:scroll"

BACKSPACE="guess"

I can switch between the layouts, as fbxkb indicates, but instead of being able to type in the said letters, I get the punctuation marks you would normally get on a US keyboard.
Yes, I have restarted after configuring the file mentioned above, and yes, I was able to use this layout properly on my last #! install (which I had to wipe and reinstall unfortunately).
Anything I can do to diagnose this problem?


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