[PVE-User] VNC strange behaviour with special characters and AltGr keys

Florent THOMAS mailinglist at tdeo.fr
Sat May 18 11:22:06 CEST 2013


Hy Michael,

I'm already in this configuration :
/KEYTABLE="fr-latin9"//
//MODEL="pc105"//
//LAYOUT="fr"//
//KEYBOARDTYPE="pc"//
//VARIANT="latin9"/

Actually, the AltGr key doesn't work BEFORE connexion. It works after. 
Regarding to my differents searches, it looks like the CentOS is 
handling the BIOS keyboard before connexion and then the appropriate 
layout once connected.
Isupposed that the BIOS conf is stored in the /etc/pve/qemu-server/ID.conf
Unfortunately, it's already set to the good layout :
/keyboard: fr
/I don't really know where to look or check for this.

Regards


On 18/05/2013 00:35, Michael Rasmussen wrote:
> On Sat, 18 May 2013 00:13:31 +0200
> Florent THOMAS <mailinglist at tdeo.fr> wrote:
>
>> Hy Michael,
>>
>> I read your postcarefully.
>> I changed the modifiers in the appropriate file and reboot the VM and the VNC console, unfortunately the result is the same.
>>
> Yes, I have just confirmed that this was a pve-2.2 bug only. Works here
> without this change.
>
> I have come to the conclusion that your keyboard layout in the VM
> (CentOS 6) might be like this:
> Default: us
> Your user: nl
>
> The default keyboard is configured here: /etc/sysconfig/keyboard
> Try this:
> KEYBOARDTYPE="pc"
> KEYTABLE="nl"
>
> After this change the VM must be rebooted.
>

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