After modifying /etc/default/keyboard, you can apply the changes to the Linux
console by running setupcon. If X is configured to use that file too, then the
changes will become visible to X only if
udevadm trigger --subsystem-match=input --action=change
is called, or the system is rebooted.
console-setup (1.68+squeeze2) squeeze; urgency=low
* No-changes upload to get rid of the .git directory in the source package.
-- Julien Cristau <email@example.com> Sat, 12 Mar 2011 11:36:45 +0100
console-setup (1.68+squeeze1) squeeze; urgency=low
[ Samuel Thibault ]
* Use bg, ch, se instead of bg(bds), ch(de), se(basic), as those are not in
xorg.xml any more (closes: #610843).
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