[Grml] iso_2022

Michael Prokop mika at grml.org
Wed Jun 21 17:00:36 CEST 2006

(Added grml at mur.at to Cc: again so we have it in the archives as
well :))

* my <yazdzik at nyct.net> [20060621 16:51]:
> On Wed, 2006-06-21 at 15:37 +0200, Michael Prokop wrote:
> > * Martin Yazdzik <yazdzik at nyct.net> [20060621 15:08]:

> > # grep ja_JP /etc/locale.gen
> > ja_JP.UTF-8 UTF-8

> > Is this corresponding to what you would like to get?

> No, I need the old charset, which, of course, is used by students
> in Japan using older machines.

Hm, what's the "old charset"? Is it listed in 'dpkg-reconfigure

> > Do you mean X or plain console or both together? :)

> X


> > Does "modprobe nls_cp932" help?

> That was it, thanks - I win the idiot noob of the year award -
> aargh and apologies

Credits go to Robert 'bobman' Giebel in #grml ;)

> > Does "apt-cache search xfonts-" bring anything useful for you? 
> > Are the packages chdrv, chdrvfont, xcin useful for you?

> (Forgot to install xcin on this box - senility sets in....)

Ok :)

> >  Which erros do you get?

> Varies, next time I try one, I'll send you the messages.  know
> this is not the purpose of the distro, but, nonetheless, you have
> made the distro that people like me need to do useful work, so
> please be patient with us.

np :)

> > Do you know the "/usr/include/linux does not link to
> > /usr/src/linux/include/linux/" hint from
> > http://wiki.grml.org/doku.php?id=grml_0.7 ?

> Done that -first thing I do at install!  This is the other reason
> the distro is so good, the docuementation


> > Do the packages ttf-junicode, ttf-thryomanes and xfonts-tipa help
> > you?

> I use thyromanes as the workaround, because the other people who
> read  the work are most likely to use that - it is the tipa that
> does not move from either gui charmap to oo. This may be an oo
> issue, as oo has still one or two quirks with fonts.  ;)


> > > I keep a somewhat accurate collection of the mailing list, but gmane drops 
> > > things very quickly from their server, so is there a way for us to access the 
> > > entire set of posts ab initio?

> > http://lists.mur.at/mailman/listinfo/grml =>
> > http://lists.mur.at/pipermail/grml/

> Thanks a million for that.
> Mika, as always, you are the best.

I'm trying my best. ;)

> Greetings from a torrid NYC(I hear Wien is not much cooler)

At least in Graz it's not much cooler. ;)

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