Re: how can Euro symbol be displayed under X [4.0.3]?
On Wed, May 09, 2001 at 12:03:28PM +0200, Jose Carlos Garcia Sogo wrote:
> Hello, I have been trying to set Debian to display Euro symbol in X
> Window, but I have found some problems.
> First of all, I have uncommented in /etc/locale.gen this two lines:
> es_ES ISO-8859-1
> es_ES@euro ISO-8859-15
> When I run locale-gen, this two locales are generated: es_ES.ISO-8859-1
> and es_ES.ISO-8859-15@euro
> In XF86config I have the "XkbLayout" "es" in the InputDevice section.
> This must include the euro symbol in AltGr+e.
This must, or this does? Unless it's been updated recently, I'd be
surprised to find that it does.
> I have also set my LC_ALL variable to es_ES@euro. But right now, when I
> launch a program it tells me something like this:
> [jose@hal9000:/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/xkb/symbols]$ xterm
> Warning: locale not supported by Xlib, locale set to C
Yep. If you go to /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/locale/, there's a number of files
with locales listed in them. Add es_ES@euro and es_ES.ISO-8859-15@euro
to them. (The modifications should be obvious.)
> And also the Euro key doesn't work at all (it is not only the problem
> of not having any font wich displays this symbol, something which also
> must be worked).
Where are you typing this? fixed has a ISO-8859-15 version, that's installed
by default, as well as xfonts-scalable-nonfree having a few ISO-8859-15
fonts. Any TrueType font server will be able to provide ISO-8859-15 fonts,
and you can probably find a few on the web.
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