> Unfortunately, the default keyboard is not a US QWERTY configuration so I
> have to change this each time I boot.
I had hoped that the days when the world started at California and went all the way to Florida were past us, but it seems not. There is life outside of the US, and some of us run Linux (one of us even started Linux). Over here at Empire Headquarters, we almost always have to select the non-default keyboard when booting such a CD, so let me assure you that after the first few times you will quickly get used to it.
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