On 2023-02-27 00:17, Coburn Ingram wrote:
I did verify this problem.

With a fresh install to a thumbdrive of Ubuntu 23.04, using *mkusb,
*i.e. a persistent live ISO, the only Hebrew keyboard available was
the primitive consonants-only keyboard. Sorry, I forget the name. I'm
not on that install any more, and I believe it is not one of the
options in the definitions file. The *il* definitions file with all
the other options was still present in */usr/share/X11/xkb/symbols*.

With a fresh install to a thumbdrive of Ubuntu 23.04 using a
standard install, i.e. hardware-agnostic normal install, there were
*no* Hebrew keyboards available, even when I ran *gsettings set
org.gnome.desktop.input-sources show-all-sources true*. The *il*
definitions file is still present and complete.


I just made an install of 23.04 in VirtualBox, chose the basic Hebrew layout in the installer, and it resulted in:

$ gsettings get org.gnome.desktop.input-sources sources
[('xkb', 'us'), ('xkb', 'il')]

available at first login.

(I used the "legacy" ISO.)

Gunnar Hjalmarsson

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