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Re: woody boot screen, nice japanese

Leonardo Boiko <leoboiko@linuxbr.com.br> writes:

> On Mon, Jun 24, 2002 at 05:17:15PM +0900, Olaf Meeuwissen wrote:
> > 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.
> Can you help me in using it? I installed bogl-bterm, got some
> fonts from bf-utf-source, got the bdftobogl(1) from source (since I didn't 
> found it in any packages), but I still can't read nor input Japanese inside 
> bterm.

'Fraid not.  I've only used it as part of some custom boot-floppies I
made with the source from the boot-floppies tar-ball.  Maybe you will
find any hints in there.


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