setupcon -v (return code: 0)
Configuring /dev/tty1 /dev/tty2 /dev/tty3 /dev/tty4 /dev/tty5 /dev/tty6 The charmap is UTF-8 BackSpace is ^? We are not on the console, the console is left unconfigured.
setupcon --help (return code: 0)
Usage: setupcon [OPTION] [VARIANT] Sets up the font and the keyboard on Linux console. -k, --keyboard-only setup the keyboard only, do not setup the font -f, --font-only setup the font only, do not setup the keyboard --force do not check whether we are on the console -v, --verbose explain what is being doing, try it if s.t. goes wrong --save copy the font and the console map in /etc/console-setup, update /etc/console-setup/cached.* --save-only only save; don't setup keyboard/font immediately (implies --force) -h, --help display this help and exit If VARIANT is not specified setupcon looks for the configuration files (in this order) ~/.console-setup and if this doesn't exist then the combination/etc/default/keyboard + /etc/default/console-setup. When a VARIANT is specified then setupcon looks for the configuration files ~/.console-setup.VARIANT and /etc/default/console-setup.VARIANT.