Re: Thai support in framebuffer d-i
On Wed, Feb 10, 2010 at 7:42 PM, Frans Pop <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> (Please reply only to the mailing list.)
(Got this warning so many times that I long for the Reply-To: header)
> On Wednesday 10 February 2010, Theppitak Karoonboonyanan wrote:
>> I realize that limitation. And I proposed it because I've tried it
>> on the very terminal provided by Squeeze d-i daily built image,
>> in rescue mode. It already works out of the box with the shipped
>> font. Nothing more to add.
> I still very much doubt that.
> 1) Are you sure you did not chroot into the target environment before you
> tried it?
Any difference in doing this regarding the terminal setup?
For sure, I've tried it again by choosing to run a shell under d-i
environment (BusyBox), then mount my /home partition and
cat some Thai text files. And it works.
To be more precise, some characters are really missing,
which can only be found by catting a test message file
(Thai version for the quick-brown message).
7 rare characters, 10 Thai digits, and 4 Thai punctuation
marks are missing in total.
> 2) Did you also try it in the very early stages of the installation?
I don't know how I can do this. Any way to escape from the
d-i UI other than switching to other virtual consoles, which
are not in directfb mode?