Wouter Van Hemel <firstname.lastname@example.org> (09/05/2012): > Bluetooth keyboards don't follow the default xkb setting, probably due > to a worries with udev rule triggers. > > When KDM starts, my laptop's internal keyboard is set correctly to > Finnish layout via /etc/default/keyboard and the udev rule. The > bluetooth keyboard is set to the (presumably default) en-US layout as > the keys show up wrong in the username/password field. When I push a > key on my internal keyboard, the bluetooth keyboard changes layout to > Finnish. > > I'm guessing this might have something to do with bluetooth vs. input > subsystem rules, although I don't understand how typing something on > my internal keyboard switches the bluetooth keyboard's layout. > > I expect bluetooth keyboards to act like other keyboards and follow > the default Debian configuration; at least the layout switching when > using the other keyboard seems like a bug. Check your X log, look for “xkb_”. In the one attached by reportbug, I only see “"xkb_layout" "fi”. What's reported there comes from the XKB* properties attached to the devices reported by udev (see the “udev information” part of your bug report). AFAICT, everything looks set to Finnish. For some reasons, “(EE) Error loading keymap /var/lib/xkb/server-0.xkm” appear several times in your X log. That might be related to your issue. Mraw, KiBi.
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