Re: kbd's behavior on "setfont"
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On 7/8/06, Theppitak Karoonboonyanan <email@example.com> wrote:
When loading Thai console font with command:
setfont -m tis620 tis-phaisarn.f16
mapscrn: cannot open map file _tis620_
With console-tools' "consolechars" command,
it works fine with --acm option.
So, that makes Thai 8-bit usage on console impossible
with kbd. But for utf-8, "unicode_start <font> tis620"
Is there difference between kbd and console-tools
OK. I've found the cause, as described in Bug #377579.
Just want to make sure that Thai support on text console
is ready, before starting translation on some packages
that are likely to be run in text mode, such as xserver-xorg.
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