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I am using ubuntu on my Toshiba laptop. It installed fine, the only problem I am having is that certain key on my keyboards are not appearing, e.g., when I type forward slash I get -, when I press + I get ¡, when I press is equal to I get ¡, could you please let me know how can I fix this problem,

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move to superuser/ubuntu? – James Aug 12 '10 at 19:55
    
@James, why the question mark? ;-) – Pavel Shved Aug 12 '10 at 19:58

You probably chose the wrong keyboard configuration during Ubuntu installation.

wikiHow has a tutorial for setting the keyboard configuration without having to reinstall.

3rd result for Google: ubuntu change keyboard layout

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