Michael Sobolev writes:
> > I think that the standard way to change the console font is by modifying
> > the file /etc/kbd/config. For example, the line
> > CONSOLE_FONT=iso01.f16
> > would load the font iso01.f16 from directory
> > /usr/share/consolefonts/.
> This is exactly what I meant. kbd sets the font when /etc/rc.boot/kbd is run.
> I would like to see the font loaded when the kernel is loaded (or starts) or,
> at least, just earlier than /etc/rc.boot/kbd is executed.
Why do you need so ? If there *is* a general need for this, this
should be handled by kbd directly, but I (as kbd maintainer) need to
know exactly what you'd like to see.
PS: Please send such request as a bug-report against the relevant
package next time. Had I not been subscribed to this list, I would
never have read about it :(
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