Quoting Frans Pop (email@example.com): > On Sunday 23 August 2009, Christian Perrier wrote: > > Actually, when using a netinst image, console-setup is *not* installed > > on the target system, which explains why the keymap is not > > configured. I think that Frans will verey quickly suggest the right > > explanation > > Isn't that obvious? Fixed in debian-cd. I guess this is because the "apt-install console-setup" is in kbd-chooser's post-base-installer, at a moment where APT sources are not available (or configured). Maybe we could move the installation of console-setup to a finish-install script as there is nothing to do but install console-setup. However, I'm unsure whether an "apt-install" of a package that's not on the netinst CD would work at the finish-install step. BTW; it seems that kbd-config post-base-installer script needs some cleaning: !/bin/sh . /usr/share/debconf/confmodule # Silently exit if we're using a serial console db_get debian-installer/serial-console if [ "$RET" != false ]; then exit 0 fi apt-install console-setup || true exit 0 # console-setup will handle the rest of it .../... some other stuff that's never executed.
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