Chapter 4. Keyboard installation and configuration

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During installation the keyboard you select becomes your default keyboard. You can change your default keyboard after installation or add multiple keyboards which you can change on the fly to suit your input language. The figure below illustrates the keyboard selection menu during the installation process.
Keyboard selection during installation

Figure 4.1. Keyboard selection during installation

4.1. Configuring the keyboard after installation

After installation, you can set the default keyboard by clicking System => Administration => Keyboard from the system menu panel or by typing system-config-keyboard from a terminal. This displays a list of supported keyboard from which you can select the appropriate keyboard for your system. The figure below illustrates the Keyboard Selection utility.
Keyboard selection

Figure 4.2. Keyboard selection

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