Bug#306334: kbd-chooser: Distinguish between "no keyboard" and "skip config"
Quoting Frans Pop (email@example.com):
> On Tuesday 26 April 2005 07:09, Christian Perrier wrote:
> > I'm not sure I understand well. Are there situations where these two
> > options may be shown (you know I'm not good at reading code..:-))) ?
> No, not at the same time. The "no keyboard" option will only be used for
> serial console and UML installs. The "don't configure" option will be
> used in all other cases.
Well, we should maybe make this even clearer and use "Keep the kernel
keyboard mapping" or something similar dor "Don't configure".
Console-data uses "Keep kernel keymap" in that situation. Which was
for instance translated to "Behoud de toetsenbordindeling van de
kernel" in Dutch and "Conserver le codage clavier du noyau" in French.
However, console-data does not have such "no keyboard" option.
Anyway, a strong and clear comment for translators in needed here, anyway.