Another paldo newcomer.
| Another paldo newcomer.|
I come from using Gentoo for more than 2 years, and I just loved it, but I was searching for something different. I have been using some distros and some has leaved a good impression on me and I have expressed that in their respective forums, but Paldo has leaved a better impression, an up2date szstem which is still a small project and does things with such simplicity that I just love it.
I have a question something I have never done in my Linux life, how do I change the localization of the whole system (From initial shell to GNOME, which is set on boot but I dont know how to change) to American (US) layout?
| Re: Another paldo newcomer.|
Hi kensai and welcome to paldo
First install the US english locale by installing the corresponding package
To use it as the system default, replace the content of /etc/profile.d/locale.sh by
To use the US english keyboard layout in the console, set DEFKEYMAP=us in /etc/default/kbd
The per-user keyboard layout in GNOME can be set in Menu System->Preferences->Keyboard. To change it for all users, set XkbLayout in /etc/X11/xorg.conf to "us"