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  1. #1
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    Multiple keyboard-layouts SSH

    Hello everybody,

    I work in a company where the Ubuntu server is managed by different people around the world.

    Day-to-day admin : me in France with an Azerty keyboard
    Level 1 24/7 support : team in US with a Qwerty keyboard

    Of course there's commands like sudo dpkg-reconfigure console-setup but this one affects the whole system.

    I've searched quite a lot on how to change the keyboard layout for one person only, but it always relates to the Gnome interface.

    So I'd like to know if you knew a way to locally change the keyboard layout, only the SSH connection of the user ?

    Maybe in the startup scripts of the bash session, or even better, when the user types his user login (so it detects his language and automatically switches to the right keyboard).

    Thank you very much !

  2. #2
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    Re: Multiple keyboard-layouts SSH

    Hello ! Anyone ?

    Pleeease.

  3. #3
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    Re: Multiple keyboard-layouts SSH

    Hello,

    Im still looking for an answer to that. No one having an idea ?

    Thank you.

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