|author||Tails developers <email@example.com>||2014-05-09 13:44:10 +0000|
|committer||Tails developers <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2014-05-09 15:04:42 +0000|
Configure the keyboard model and layout used in the GNOME session, accordingly to what the user chose in the Greeter.
This depends on Tails Greeter to save the relevant environment variables to /var/lib/tails-user-session/keyboard. Note that we don't set layouts to [chosen one, US] anymore, as I could not make it work properly: in this case, regardless of the order in which we set it, the US layout wins and is applied by default in the session. Anyway, it's easy enough to either directly choose US in the greeter (when one wants the GUI in their preferred language, and a US keyboard layout), or to add the US layout in the GNOME settings (when using both layouts in the same session). So, this seems like an acceptable regression to me.
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