I've downloaded a debian vm image for some testing: http://exploit-exercises.com/download (280mb)
It's a Debian Squeeze machine. I want to use the Belgian layout (which is AZERTY) in stead of the default QWERTY. There is no X server installed.
What I've tried (everything as root)
setxkbmap be-> 'command not found'
dpkg-reconfigure keyboard-configuration-> runs fine, but keyboard stays in QWERTY after selecting Belgium keyboard
dpkg-reconfigure console-data-> "'console-data' is not installed and no info is available"
apt-get install console-data-> package 'console-data' has no installation candidate. I also ran
apt-get updateand my apt list contains the debian urls.
/etc/default/keyboardmanually. I then read I should restart
/etc/init.d/hal, but that service doesn't exist
some other things I can't remember
locale-gen fr_FR-> It says "Generating locales", but only shows en_US.UTF-8. No fr_FR to be found.
dpkg-reconfigure localesThe first list has all the locales where I select fr_Fr. The second screen (default locale) only gives en_US as option.
What else can I try?