Re: Where is Console font config?
> says /etc/kbd/config file
> But, I cannot find /etc/kbd/config on my Debian.
> How can I solve it?
/etc/kbd/config is deprecated in favour of /etc/default/console-setup
(see /usr/share/doc/kbd/NEWS.Debian.gz). This seems to imply kbd's
package description is also cobwebby:
# Description: Linux console font and keytable utilities
# This package allows you to set up the Linux console, change the font,
# resize text mode virtual consoles and remap the keyboard.
# You will probably want to install a set of data files, such as the one
# in the “console-data” package.
For a start there's no such package as "console-data" (does it mean
Mind you, given that I've never particularly wanted to do any of these
things before, and the package only claims to be "Priority: optional",
why do I have it installed? Presumably it's because Debian-Installer
needs this capacity, and leaves console-setup, console-setup-linux,
and kbd holding one another installed by a dependency loop; but as far
as I can see I might as well have purged all three of them years ago.
JBR with qualifications in linguistics, experience as a Debian
sysadmin, and probably no clue about this particular package