HvdW wrote: ↑
Sat Feb 08, 2020 12:52 pm
I have the same problem as described in this post.
You really do not, and it would have been better to start a new thread either way.
sudo dpkg-reconfigure keyboard-configuration does not act, same as changing keyboard layout in raspi-config.
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raspi-config/dpkg-reconfigure is for setting the system layout for the locally connected USB or Bluetooth keyboard. If you are running a GUI, the GUI configuration may override the system layout. If you are using remote access, the system layout is usually irrelevant. If you are using remote GUI access, it may depend on your exact method.
dpkg-reconfigure will skip the questions if it thinks you do not have a keyboard. If you want to change the system layout anyway, the best bet is to edit the file /etc/default/keyboard.
Problem is that fi mc does not have lines but strange ascii signs instead and pivpn wireguard cannot display a proper qr code.
Problem displaying ASCII-like art is not related to keyboard setting, but they may both be related to remote access methods.