At least the lastest two (including 2006.1) LiveCD have not loaded the keymap you specify during boot. Choosing se/32 gives me:
>> Loading the ''32'' keymap
loadkmap: /dev/vc/0: No such file or directory
loadkeys sv-latin1 after bootup works.
Today I used the 2006.1-minimal installation CD and with this I could change keymap without problems so apparently this problem is limited to the LiveCD.
I just tried loading the same keymap on the x86 2006.1 LiveCD and it worked without a problem.
I think I had a bad burn. New LiveCD works.
Maybe implement a function like Ubuntu for testing the CD-integrity?
Well, we do already ship the DIGESTS file, which can be used to verify the integrity.
Well I downloaded it with bittorrent and it is self-checking, is it not?
But I think I tested it against the digest since I was unsure about if my client did at the time.
So either it was a bad burn (and I think it is this one since it was like that from the very beginning) or something got scratched, something that is imopossible to check with just that digest (and I think that is why Ubuntu have their "integrity-check".
(In reply to comment #5)
> So either it was a bad burn (and I think it is this one since it was like that
> from the very beginning) or something got scratched, something that is
> imopossible to check with just that digest (and I think that is why Ubuntu have
> their "integrity-check".
Uhh... you can check it. All Ubuntu/Red Hat do is verify the CD against a checksum. You can run md5sum/sha1sum against a mounted CD.
Anyway, this isn't a discussion place, so I'll quit spamming everyone with these emails.