how to set up UTF8 russian in -current?
mexas at bristol.ac.uk
Wed Jun 16 13:15:08 UTC 2010
My system is amd64 r209195.
I was wondering if the user localisation
section of the handbook is a bit out of date:
The handbook suggests using cons25r, whereas
the default console type in /etc/ttys is now xterm.
And keeping cons25r together with relevant fonts,
screenmap and keymap in /etc/rc.conf doesn't seem
to work anymore.
Also, the latest I can find on UTF8 in FreeBSD
is this thread:
I tried to follow the advice given in this thread,
namely I've rebuilt the kernel with TEKEN_UTF8
(it seems the other option mentioned, TEKEN_XTERM, is no
longer valid), and set LC_CTYPE=ru_RU.UTF-8
in my shell. This didn't seem to have any effect.
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