I’m trying to set the keyboard layout, the language and LDAP via command line and yast2 unsuccessfully under openSUSE 11.4. The configuration should be done via a script so no GUI is possible to use. yast2 seems to have the needed functionality, but it doesn’t work.
yast2 keyboard set layout=german
yast2 language set lang=de_DE
the layout and the language should be set to “German”, but it remains US English. Manually to “de” edited layout in /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/90-keytable.conf disappears and gets set back to “us” after reboot.
When I run
yast2 keyboard summary
yast2 language summary
it says that “German” is set. But keyboard is still english. If I use the yast2 text gui the language is set properly.
LDAP configuration is not working too (text gui doesn’t work either).
yast2 ldap pam enable server=“192.168.1.2” base=“dn=nodomain” tls=no mkhomedir=yes
yast2 ldap pam enable
Debian/Ubuntu systems can authentificate with this LDAP server.
Are this bugs?
Do workarounds exists or do I make anything wrong?
Would be nice, if anybody could help.