Re: potato cd's and l10n
1.08.2000 pisze Michael Sobolev (email@example.com):
> > Linux console? It *is* unicode aware, IIRC.
> Hmm... Linux console has a limitation on the number of characters and it
does > not support wide characters.
> > Maybe you should look into Qrczak's dynafonts package?
> What's that? Do you have an URL?
$ dpkg -s dynafont
Status: install ok installed
Maintainer: Piotr Roszatycki <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Depends: libc6 (>= 2.1.2), libstdc++2.10, konwert
Recommends: console-tools (>= 1998.06.03)
Description: Module for konwert package which loads UTF-8 fonts dynamically.
This is a tool which allows displaying texts containing thousands of different
characters. It switches console to UTF8 mode and loads required fonts
dynamically. It is recommended to use this tool with filterm(1) tool,
i.e. by executing 'filterm - dynafont' command.
The tool works with UTF8-compatible applications, i.e. lynx(1).
There are problems with 8-bit only applications like mc(1).
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