Re: Language and locale setting in /root/dbootstrap_setting
Petter Reinholdtsen <email@example.com> cum veritate scripsit:
> I understand this to mean the right way for Japanese install. I
> believe that is not my problem but your problem. I do not know how to
> solve your problem. I do not know which charset or encoding are used
> in Japan. I do not know which Linux tools are needed to display or
> input Japanese. I do not know how to test it, and I do not know the
> problem domain. For these reasons, I can not solve your problem. Is
> the Japanese install problem solved now? If it is, will my patch
> break Japanese install in any way?
The current install runs in locale C, after reboot.
Forcing it to run as ja_JP would cause problems.
> If it isn't solved now, why is it a problem to solve a different, but
> related problem -- my problem -- ie. fixing the Norwegian install?
> I do not claim to be able to fix Japanese install.
Please don't break it.
> > Charset "euc-jp" is enough information to signify that this will not
> > be displayed in console.
> OK. How can one test this automatically?
No way. That's the hard part, and one of the reasons why
introducing such a change may be problematic.
But how much is supported by the console anyway?
I've got an impression that
ISO-8859-1 seems to be supported (somewhat).
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