4.) Both Fluxbox and LXDE start with english keyboard layout by default.
I gladly discovered the "setxkbmap -layout <lang>" command. Can anyone
tell me whether this setting is saved persistently, i.e. still active
after reboot? (Won't restart for testing, GRML box 32 days uptime now.)

i use grml 17.05 and on grml.conf file used on boot
 i explicity use

xkeyboard=br keyboard=br locale=America/Sao_Paulo

for use correct time and keyboard layout for pt_BR

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2018-02-12 16:49 GMT-02:00 gilberto dos santos alves <gsa...@gmail.com>:

> ​ 2.) How to disable the awesome Debian automounter for removable media?
> It keeps from mounting USB sticks or optical media to individual mount
> points, but requires to manually unmount automatic /media/xxx mount
> points first ...
>
> on /etc/fstab  ​
>
>
> --
> gilberto dos santos alves
> +5511986465049 <(11)%2098646-5049>
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> 2018-02-09 17:02 GMT-02:00 Torsten Kühn <teku...@web.de>:
>
>> Hi all,
>>
>> GRML works fine on a small Intel D525 CPU box with NVidia GT-218
>> graphics, much more stable than the nouveaufb driver in some Ubuntu
>> versions. I'm using an older GRML 2013.02 release, just don't feel
>> like backing up all data and to re-run grml-to-harddisk again.
>>
>> Some questions on system customization:
>>
>> 1.) The pre-configured zsh shell immediately shares entered commands
>> and it's history among all open instances. I use to reserve dedicated
>> terminals to particular commands. For example, man pages are always
>> opened on tty5. Instead of retrieving the last or last but one "man"
>> command from the history, zsh shows all commands from other ttys first.
>> No real feature. How to configure a more bashish behaviour?
>> BTW, is there any relationship between this zsh (developed since 1992
>> by Paul Falstad and others) and the zsh shell in NextStep?
>>
>> 2.) How to disable the awesome Debian automounter for removable media?
>> It keeps from mounting USB sticks or optical media to individual mount
>> points, but requires to manually unmount automatic /media/xxx mount
>> points first ...
>>
>> 3.) Which is the most elegant, i.e. recommended way to start the X
>> server upon GRML boot? As "init 3" doesn't work, I currently need to
>> manually execute "/usr/bin/startx /usr/bin/startlxde &" from a tty.
>> Where to place this string, into which startup script?
>>
>> 4.) Both Fluxbox and LXDE start with english keyboard layout by default.
>> I gladly discovered the "setxkbmap -layout <lang>" command. Can anyone
>> tell me whether this setting is saved persistently, i.e. still active
>> after reboot? (Won't restart for testing, GRML box 32 days uptime now.)
>>
>> Regards
>> Torsten
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