On Sun, 4 Aug 2019 19:26:48 -0700 (PDT), Justin Reina
> declaimed the
> Thank you for the detailed help, this is very appreciated. My keyboard is
>stand QWERTY, the observed key behavior is below:
> - asdfghjkl -> abfhjk;'`
> - qwertyiop -> c.gvnlzx
Again, nothing I see online shows such a combination... Ignoring
Dvorak, practically everything is either QWERTY, QWERTZ, or AZERTY.
Ignoring the "b", abfhjk;' looks like a keyboard that dropped d/g/l
(and swapped b for s). No layout I've seen puts c.g on the top row.
>setxkbmap was not available for use. Thank you very much for the
>/etc/default/keyboard listing, I think this is the simple key!
>For /etc/default/keyboard, which settings to use? I looked into
>/usr/share/X11/xkb/rules/base.lst and there are many options, which for
>QWERTY with my Logitech MK710 unit?
I'd probably start with generic (pc101, 102, 104, or 105) keyboard
type. Then try logitech_base, logicd.
With us or gb layout as applicable.
As I recall, you claimed a web browser was picking up the correct
characters -- which to me implies the scan-codes being sent are correct for
the key, and it is the mapping from scan-code to letter which is failing.