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Assuming that you have correctly set up your system's LOCALE settings, here is a simple solution to this problem:
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Edit file /etcusr/X11bin/xorg.conf.d/20-keyboard.conf dmenu_run <pre>sudo nano /etc/X11usr/xorg.conf.dbin/20-keyboard.confdmenu_run</pre>
In section "InputClass", after the Add a line Identifier "system-keyboard", add the linessetting your LANG variable tou your actual language locale:<pre>Option LANG="XkbLayout" "gb,gr(polytonic)"Option "XkbOptions" "grp:lalt_lshift_toggle,terminate:ctrl_alt_bkspen_GB.UTF-8"</pre>
and save.
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