Good morning people,
I need HELP with the following problem:
I've been happily using Linux Mint 7 until recently. I have 3 different layouts on my keyboard - the standard English version (I think it may be called US-something) and two layouts for Cyrillic Alphabet (Bulgarian language). I have been using left CTRL button to switch between them.
The last time my laptop shut down automatically (due to low battery) most likely one of the Cyrillic Alphabets has been on.
Next time when I started the laptop - it boots to the "Log on / Welcome" screen and when I'm trying to type my user name - it does it only in Cyrillic symbols. Thus I can not proceed any further. The Left CTRL does not change the layout.
I know the hardware (keyboard) works, because the I boot to Widows XP on the same laptop - it works there, so it's not a hardware issue.
On the log in screen I have the "Options" "Language" and "Session" menus, but changing them did not solve this problem.
I can boot up the laptop also with the Mint Installation Disk and mount and see the files in both partitions (Linux Mint 7 & Windows XP) but I do not know what and where to change, in order to get rid of the Cyrillic layout at boot up.
Unfortunately Google and reading forums all day long did not help me so far.
I will highly appreciate if any one of you does.