On 07/10/14 17:09, Anton Zinoviev wrote: > On Tue, Sep 30, 2014 at 04:35:55PM +0100, OmegaPhil wrote: >> >> I maintain a /etc/default/keyboard configuration where capslock is >> purged system-wide - I add ',caps:none' at the end of 'XKBOPTIONS'. >> >> Whenever this package is upgraded/reinstalled, my configuration is >> overwritten back to the default. From what I can tell, I am correct in >> editing this file - so please can this file be left alone unless I >> specifically allow it to be altered (e.g. if aptitude wants to change >> it, the usual config text UI comes up showing before and after changes >> to the file). > > This is not the expected behaviour. Please send the contents of your > /etc/default/keyboard so I can test. > > Anton Zinoviev Attached. -- Libre software on Github: https://github.com/OmegaPhil FSF member #9442
# Check /usr/share/doc/keyboard-configuration/README.Debian for # documentation on what to do after having modified this file. # The following variables describe your keyboard and can have the same # values as the XkbModel, XkbLayout, XkbVariant and XkbOptions options # in /etc/X11/xorg.conf. XKBMODEL="pc105" XKBLAYOUT="gb" XKBVARIANT="" XKBOPTIONS="lv3:ralt_switch,caps:none" # If you don't want to use the XKB layout on the console, you can # specify an alternative keymap. Make sure it will be accessible # before /usr is mounted. # KMAP=/etc/console-setup/defkeymap.kmap.gz BACKSPACE="guess"
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