If you start up a manjaro install the first screen lets you configure locales as timezone, keyboard …
The same can be set in the following setup, that is much more logical: german language leeds to german keyboard …
Why do we have this double settings?
The first screen — in which you get only a crude selection of keyboard, language and timezone — is the boot loader, and the selections you make there are only intended to allow you to use the
calamares installer, and/or the live session of the ISO.
The keyboard, locale and timezone selections you make in
calamares later are the ones that will be applied in the installed system.
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