ARRRGH ! It actually went wrong the way I imagined it would .. Broken links everywhere ... disoriented forum-goers hitting dead ends ... misinformation scattered amidst the dust ... Next time , use REDIRECTS ! (and if necessery new articles and restructuring and ... whatever it takes). Meanwhile , I added an info text at the top of the article.
The bit on Americanizing is a way of driving traffic to the writers site. Have left the simple version that was already there and deleted the spam.--Brian 20:59, 22 April 2012 (UTC)
Brian: I was requested by forum members at the Raspberry Pi Forum to add it to the Wiki. It was in no way an attempt to drive traffic to my site. I thought it was useful information with screenshots - that's why I wrote it, the Raspberry_Pi Twitter page retweeted it and a forum member asked me to add it to the Wiki. See this link for further details:  Regardless, if you feel it is not a useful resource, there is no need to link to it. --Rohan Kapoor
How about a separate page, intro to the command line & SSH for beginners, which is linked to from here? I know the command line sint the best place to throw new users, however a lot of extra software is installed via the command line. Nickweb (talk)
This information is not quite correct. Maybe it is out of date? It didn't work for me when I tried to change the mapping from en_UK to en_US. I will try to update it. For example, the command "sudo dpkg-reconfigure console-data" returns an error that the console-data package is not installed on the system. The correct process can be found here: http://elinux.org/R-Pi_Troubleshooting#Re-mapping_the_keyboard_with_Debian_Squeeze Cmbuck 02:49, 19 May 2012 (UTC)