Re: libc6 in woody...
On Wed, Sep 27, 2000 at 03:25:08PM +0800, Isaac Kar-Keung To wrote:
> Hi all,
> Out of a little bit too much curiosity, I've upgraded to the most recent
> version of libc6 (2.1.94-1). Now comes a whole bunch of problems.
Wow .. I didn't realise that glibc 2.2 beta is already in woody! Since
this is beta problems are expected ...
> So far I been successful in building the zh_TW.Big5 locale using the
> localedef -f BIG5 -i zh_TW /usr/share/i18n/zh_TW.Big5
Wasn't the locale already included in the libc6 package? If not then
it's a bug.
> but now netscape refuse to display anything on the location bar. Instead it
> says that the font does not contains the characters for each of the
> characters of the URL. Does anyone had it done "right"?
Try running netscape under the default ("C") locale first:
does it work?
How about other applications, eg. GTK ones?
This sounds like an XLocale problem ... I'll have a look tonight.
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