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Linux Keyboard Layout

Sometimes the characters printed on the screen do not correspond to the keys on the keyboard e.g @,~,#,¬£,” print as “,|,\,#,@. This is most likely because the system is using the EN-US instead of EN-GB. This can be fixed by changing the layout in the keyboard app from the “Control Centre” under the System Menu.

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