> I guess I didn't, if I understood your question correctly. In other > words I used non-localised D-I interface. So, your suggestion becomes to install stuff to support the rendering of cyrillic at the console when one selects the Russian keymap. That would actually mean a major design change in D-I where we actually conider that localization-related stuff is driven by the language chosen during the installation. Again, by choosing English as install language, you deserve what you get : a standard Linux environment which needs, as we all know, some tweaking for being able to render non Latin languages at the console. So, I really think that we will not try fixing this.
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