On Tue, 2003-07-08 at 18:55, Joe Morris (NTM) wrote:
Rifat Albayrak wrote, On 07/09/2003 12:20 AM:
I used to set console fonts (not Xwindows, just
plain old console) on
Yast1 and It worked just fine.
Now with Yast2, I cannot set them to Turkish Fonts for instance, no
matter what I try. I even edited necessary files by hand on the advice
of a SuSE Installation-Help supervisor with no positive results.
(According to him this is not an installation problem, therefore, no
help is avaliable. İf yast2 is not an installation issue, then, what
Did you "hand edit" via Yast Editor for /etc/sysconfig files, or an
I did both, first Yast Editor by hand, It did not work, then an outside
editor (on the advice of SuSE Help. But they cannot give official help
because this is not an installation issue.)
If outside, did you run SuSEconfig afterwards?
Yes I did.
recommend trying the Yast sysconfig editor. Let us know what you find.
Here is bootmsg after that:
Loading keymap qwerty/trq.map.gz
doneLoading compose table latin1.add
Loading console font lat5-14.psfu.gz
doneLoading screenmap none
doneSetting up console ttys
But still no Ğ,ğ etc. on the 'Text Console'
A bug in Yast2?
Not enough info given to determine.
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