Quoting Lasse Aagren (email@example.com): > Ok. But on a freshly installed lenny (i386) machine a "dpkg -L console- > data" gives me both: > > /usr/share/keymaps/i386/qwerty/dk-latin1.kmap.gz > > and > > /usr/share/keymaps/i386/qwerty/dk.kmap.gz > > (which btw are not totally alike - they differ in 2 or 3 lines). So if > this package decides which "names" is allowed in the "d-i console- > keymaps-at/keymap" statement, then I'm confused. The installer does not provide all keymaps provided by console-data. Choices were made (such as using dk-latin1 as "Danish") due to size constraints (and to avoid confusing newcomers). This is one of the reasons which motivated the dk-latin1->dk links removal in the installer....because when choosing "dk", one was indeed choosing "dk-latin1" while the real "dk" keymap is slightly different.
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