Re: Language and locale setting in /root/dbootstrap_setting
Philip Blundell wrote on Sun Feb 24, 2002 um 01:50:52PM:
> Take ja_JP as an example. At the moment, if you select Japanese at the
> dbootstrap language chooser screen, the first stage install will use
> Japanese and everything after reboot (ie base-config etc) will use
> English. With your patch, base-config and friends will try to use
> Japanese, but since the console is not capable of displaying the right
> glyphs, the result will be an unreadable mess.
Okay, what not just make a static list of non-latin1 languages which
have special requirements, and install those requirements from
dbootstrap? As said, the new debootstrap has the --include=... option(*).
base-config could check the locale, run the apropriate program and
restart itself afterwards. This means: load fonts for latin* and koi8*
locales, or start the special terminal programs for Japaneese and
If the apropriate program could not be started, the locale will be
reseted to C.
(*) This will fail with basedebs.tgz, which does only contain the base
packages. So the user should only be prompted about installation of
additional localisation packages if the needed package can really be
located in the source tree.
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