Bug#594992: keyboard-configuration: add brazilian abnt2 model to the list of keyboards
2010/9/4 Gunther Furtado <email@example.com>:
> 2010/9/2 Samuel Thibault <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> Gunther Furtado, le Thu 02 Sep 2010 10:29:03 -0300, a écrit :
>>> 2010/9/2 Gunther Furtado <email@example.com>
>>> > Em Thu, 2 Sep 2010 01:48:40 +0200
>>> > Samuel Thibault <firstname.lastname@example.org> escreveu:
>>> > > Gunther Furtado, le Tue 31 Aug 2010 06:10:21 -0300, a écrit :
>>> > > > Please add brazilian abnt2 model to the options list.
>>> > >
>>> > > Mmm, IAUI, Just selecting "Brazil" will bring the Xorg br layout,
>>> > > which will properly enable the abnt2 model.
>>> > >
>>> > well,
>>> > I've just installed on ppc and it didn't, it select the "pt" layout.
>>> Just to clarify: I did a netboot fresh install on an old iMac and
>>> selected Brazil but /etc/default/keyboard ended up with thos lines:
>> Could you also give precise details about how installation went on, i.e.
>> - which installation image you used (ideally the URL where you
>> downloaded it from).
>> - what the wording of the question was when the installer asked for the
>> keymap, and which precise choice you made.
> Sorry for the delay I was waiting for the weekend to redo the hole process.
> All the files I've used to netboot were downloaded from:
> The questions appears in this order.
> 1. Please choose the language used for the instalation process...
> Portuguese (Brazil)
> 2. Location
> 3. Keymap to use for a USB keyboard
> there is no Brazilian otpion here!!! There is a Portuguese option
> that generates the /etc/default/keyboard i've mention before.
my memory fooled my... I reinstalled debian to make sure and it is:
it doesn't get any better though.
I've also tried to boot from the sid netboot powerpc repository but
there was something wrong with the load method, Elf didn't recognise
emachine or something similar
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