Re: potato cd's and l10n
31.07.2000 pisze Michael Sobolev (firstname.lastname@example.org):
> > What about using a font which contains a subset of Unicode?
> This way it gets lighter.. :) I found that a font for all (let me
> repeat, *all*) messages in boot floppies is not that big at all. But
> the problem here is an unicode aware terminal...
Linux console? It *is* unicode aware, IIRC. Maybe you should look into
Qrczak's dynafonts package? (It's an idea only, I just remember I read
something, but in real I don't know anything about)
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