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Re: Croatian keyboard

Firstly, I would try using external keyboard and upgrade to Debian Stretch. That may solve your hardware issue (newer kernel). There is a considerable version difference between the stable and testing at the moment. Stretch is essentially frozen and is very stable. You are unlikely to experience additional problems.

Secondly, if you are still experiencing issue I would check 'dmesg' output to determine how device identifies itself.

Once you are done with that, remapping the keyboard itself should be trivial.

On 03/14/2017 23:44, Max Sievers wrote:
I have an Acer Aspire One HAPPY-2DQuu with a croatian keyboard. After installation of stable the keyboard doesn't work properly. Some keys like 5 and 9 don't work at all. This is the case wheter I select the generic 105 keys keyboard or the acer laptop keyboard and with all available croation option. How can I solve this? How can I read out how the actual device identifies itself?

Thanks in advance!