@bartatantergos said in clean installation, keyboard isn't detected, not possible to login:
@just: No time till now, now back on track:
No problem at all.
System language i choose always English but keyboard Belgian, because i am used to that and i don’t want a Dutch system.
Can this be the problem, i have already had problems with the same language settings in the past.
I think it may cause the problem. The situation with your keyboards layouts still doesn’t very clear for me. I don’t have a ready-to-use solution for you.
As a rule of thumb it is better to use only English (US) for passwords. Any national language may be added later, to the installed system.
Let’s start from the beginning. Continue to boot into bash shell, without GUI.
Run the command
sudo nano /etc/locale.gen
Uncomment the en_US.UTF-8 UTF-8 locale. It corresponds to English (US).
Uncomment any other locale(s) you wish to use.
Save the file and exit from nano.
Once at bash prompt. run the command
It will (re)generate system locales, including the changes you’ve just made. To see all enabled locales, simply run
The list will include locales, enabled by you, and also C and POSIX locales - this is correct.
Next, check the keyboard layout used in terminal window and VTs. Run the command
sudo nano /etc/vconsole.conf
You should see smth like:
I’m on the computer with English (UK) keyboard now. So vconsole.conf is set to use the English (UK) keyboard.
The value, used in KEYMAP= field, must correspond to the main, physical keybord layout.
Now, I’m a bit in difficulty, as all my computers have either English (US) or English (UK) main keyboard layouts, plus various national layouts (Italian, Finnish, Russin). All these computers have either KEYMAP=us or KEYMAP=uk in vconsole.conf.
Probably, you should have KEYMAP=be there, if you have only one, Belgium physical keyboard layout.
Start playing with these settings. We’ll decide later how to proceed.