reassign 607392 grub2 thanks Quoting M.-A. DARCHE (email@example.com): > Le 18.12.2010 08:14, Christian PERRIER a écrit : > > Quoting M.-A. DARCHE (firstname.lastname@example.org): > > > >> Just one remark about 2 small character encoding problems. > >> Here they are: > >> > >> 1. mode (d??panage) > >> 2. Chargement du disque m??moir initial > >> > >> > >> The 1. appears on the 2nd bootloader line. This corresponds to the French > >> translation of "rescue mode", with the accented character being replaced > >> by "?". > >> > >> The 2. appears when mounting an dm-crypt device. > > > > > > I don't really understand what you mean by 2nd bootloader line. Could > > you give us the steps needed to reproduce the bug you found? > > > > Is this what you see on the installed system? > > > > I confirm that this is what I see on the installed system, > just installed by the Debian Installer. > > > The boot loader I'm talking about is the GRUB screen that is displayed > at the boot time, and that got installed by the Debian Installer. > > And actually this is the whole GRUB screen which seems badly > encoded/displayed. Here is what it reads: > « > Debian GNU/Linux, avec Linux 2.6.32-5-amd64 > Debian GNU/Linux, avec Linux 2.6.32-5-amd64 (mode d?pannage) > > Utilisez les touches pour s?lectionner une entr?e. > Pressez 'entr?e' pour d?marrer le syst?me s?lectionn?, 'e' pour > ?diter les commandes avant de d?marrer, > ou 'c' pour une invite de commandes. > » > > And then after I hit Enter in Grub the Linux kernel messages > are the following: > « > Chargement de Linux 2.6.32-5-amd64 ... > Chargement du disque m??moire initial ... > » > > So I did a mistake in my initial report: it's one « ? » > for each accented character at the GRUB screen, and then two « ? » > at the following kernel messages. > > Please let me know how I can help further. > > > Très cordialement / warm regards > Hmmm, the problem probably lies in GRUB...or in whatever deals with non ASCII encoding at these very early boot stages. Reassigning to grub as first approximation.
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