for the keyboard.sudo dpkg-reconfigure keyboard-configurationfor the sound - have you tried the volume icon..? sometimes it defaults to 0 ie no sound. otherwise no idea.good luck
In the default Live session, in the tint2 systray (top right) is a "US" icon - clicking that will toggle to the GB keyboard.To set keyboard:sudo dpkg-reconfigure keyboard-configurationNB In case you weren't aware... unless you set up your usb for persistence no changes will persist to the next boot
Up.Still don't know the solution to this, but things has changed a bit. Now it's my M-Audio USB sound card's controllers that move in the mixer when adjusting volume in the keyboard. I don't know why that is... I did play with the mixer, but...
I just upgraded from 10.04 LTS to 12.04 LTS on my server (DELL Intel XEON). By SSH login from my mac (OS X Lion) everything is fine (no issues with command lines) but when I open a window through X11, the keyboard layout is now completely messed up.
Since I upgraded to 14.04 I have the problem that after a reboot I have to re-configure the keyboard to get special characters like ëéèê and (ALT-GR+5). There are so many places that have settings about the keyboard layout that I do not know which is "the boss".
Sound was working on my laptop last night. I turned it off, and when I turned it back on this morning, sound no longer worked. I've tried various pulseaudio related solutions that I found here, including:
Audio suddenly stopped, pulseaudio reinstall has not helped?
Hi Everyone! It's been a while since I last posted here, and right now, I wanted to ask for your sound opinion guys. Please. :) I own a Nexus 7 and I am having a hard time deciding which keyboard to buy. I would really appreciate any comments or suggestions I could get. Here are the links to the keyboard I like from amazon.