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Re: Language and locale setting in /root/dbootstrap_setting

Eduard Bloch <edi@gmx.de> cum veritate scripsit:

> 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
> similar.

I've got an impression that we need jfbterm for Japanese,
but someone told me it needs fonts from X, and it 
pulls in a LOT of dependencies...

I'd need to check a bit more ..

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