Quoting Cyril Brulebois (email@example.com): > O'Neill, > > Alexander Reichle-Schmehl <firstname.lastname@example.org> (07/03/2011): > > 1) One - to me unknown - language seems to miss it's font files, as can > > be seen on this screenshot: > > http://people.debian.org/~tolimar/tmp/unknown-language.jpg > > > > What language is that? What font package is missing? And why wasn't it > > installed via tasksel? > > I think I recognise those symbols: > Unicode Character 'DEVANAGARI LETTER KA' (U+0915) > Unicode Character 'DEVANAGARI LETTER RA' (U+0930) > … > > So that might be Devanagari (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Devanagari). Hmmm, actually, Devanagari is a script name, more than a language. Several Indic languages are using the Devanagari script. Among those we support, the three that use Devanagari are Hindi, Marathi and Nepali. The marathi-desktop has ttf-devanagari-fonts in "Key:" while the two others only have it in Packages-list. So, depending on the support used for the babelbox install, if ttf-devanagari-fonts was missing or not installable, that may explain the result. Still, I'm not completely sure about this to be the right reason for the seen problem.
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