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Re: woody boot screen, nice japanese

Osamu Aoki <debian@aokiconsulting.com> writes:

> While I was playing with woody bf2.4 floppies, I saw nice Japanese fonts
> in Hiragana * Kanji.  This was not X.  What kind of console display
> Japanese?  It was not kon2 console.  Different fonts.

Most likely it uses bogl-bterm.

  olaf@tux:~$ apt-cache show bogl-bterm
  Package: bogl-bterm
  Priority: optional
  Section: utils
  Installed-Size: 62
  Maintainer: Daniel Jacobowitz <dan@debian.org>
  Architecture: i386
  Source: bogl
  Version: 0.1.9-2
  Depends: libc6 (>= 2.2.4-4)
  Filename: pool/main/b/bogl/bogl-bterm_0.1.9-2_i386.deb
  Size: 19868
  MD5sum: d87a20f7baef49e6e79fea2a644ad6b1
  Description: Ben's Own Graphics Library - graphical terminal
   Ben's Own Graphics Library is a small framebuffer library,
   including basic widgets, support for text in multiple
   languages, and mouse handling.
   This package contains bterm, a utf-enabled framebuffer terminal.

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