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I'm going crazy with my laptop's keyboard. My layout is latin spanish, and works just fine. However at some time of the morning some magic auto-reconfiguration makes my layout implode and I can't use AltGr, wich means I can't use backslashes, at symbols, newflos, etc.

My keyboard layout

By the way, I'm using Xubuntu 12.14, on a laptop. I have almost the same system configurated on my desktop pc and when madness strikes my keyboard, re-plugin it solves everything. Sadly, I don't have this cheap option on my laptop.

I was trying to remap AltGr with xmodmap, but it doesn't help.

Any suggestions about how to fix this bug?

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You can change your keyboard-layout using setxkbmap, e.g.:

setxkbmap -layout es

xmodmap shouldn't be necessary when using a standard-layout without any additional configuration.

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  • I don't know if this will fix my problem forever, as it seems to be a periodical issue but will do for now. Got to have something to do with my messy collection of configuration files :|.
    – ichigolas
    Jan 16, 2013 at 18:29
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    Just a little addendum, the keyboard shown on the picture is a Spanish Latin America so, try with latam instead of es
    – lmcanavals
    Jan 17, 2013 at 7:23

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