Re: utf-8 and gnuplot
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- Subject: Re: utf-8 and gnuplot
- From: "Jakson A. Aquino" <email@example.com>
- Date: Sat, 1 Apr 2006 21:36:33 -0300
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On Sat, Apr 01, 2006 at 08:55:23PM +0000, Matthias Pfeifer wrote:
> [...] i stumbled over a file in the web that was
> explaining a little. this might help you to:
Thanks for the link. I think that this page is the same that
I have found some months ago. I followed the instructions
and everything (except gnuplot) is working fine in graphical
mode. However, I didn't patch the kernel and didn't
installed the fonts to get the console working. I simply
stopped using the text mode, and now I'm always running the
X server. All software with text user interface is ok under
uxterm. All gtk/gnome and qt/kde applications also are ok.
> Event though gnuplot is not mentioned. There is a note about an utf-8
> enabled version of xterm which you might give a try. ("uxterm")
Yes, uxterm is my preffered terminal emulator.
I'm going to write to debian-science. Perhaps someone there
have experienced problems with gnuplot.
> Me is currently moving to utf-8 and not doing too well, too.
What problems are you having?
Thanks for your reply,
Jakson A. Aquino