Re: Language and locale setting in /root/dbootstrap_setting
Eduard Bloch <firstname.lastname@example.org> 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
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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