Configuring mir-kiosk: a masterclass

Hi @coffeethought, I’ve tried keymap=se with mir-kiosk and that works for me :tm: . (The end of the top “qwerty” row has the expected accented characters, for example.)

Obviously, I’m doing something a little differently than you but that is probably down to the awkwardness around configuring mir-kiosk.

Rather than trying to figure out what we are doing differently I would strongly recommend using Ubuntu Frame in place of mir-kiosk as does all the same things and more and it is much easier to configure.

The corresponding configuration notes for Frame are here:

All the same options (and specifically, keymap=se) work, but are easier to get right.


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