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console settings for euro/german keyboard

Hi, I just updated from potato to woody. kernel is 2.4.10.

I installed console-tools and console-data. 

load keymap from /usr/share/keymaps/i386/qwertz$ 

croat.kmap.gz                         mac-usb-de-latin1.kmap.gz
cz-us-qwertz.kmap.gz                  mac-usb-de_CH.kmap.gz
de-latin1-nodeadkeys.kmap.gz          sg-latin1-lk450.kmap.gz
de-latin1.kmap.gz                     sg-latin1.kmap.gz
de.kmap.gz                            sg.kmap.gz
fr_CH-latin1.kmap.gz                  sk-prog-qwertz.kmap.gz
fr_CH.kmap.gz                         sk-qwertz.kmap.gz
hu.kmap.gz                            slovene.kmap.gz
mac-usb-de-latin1-nodeadkeys.kmap.gz  sr.kmap.gz

gives these possibilities, but loading

$ loadkeys -v de-latin1-nodeadkeys.kmap.gz

still gives me not the ü,ä,ö 's at the console itself (works e.g. for vim
and pine). 

How to set this, to make it work under console (and xterm)


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   Institute for Clinical Radiology     
   University of Heidelberg
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