[Grml] Thai characters are displays as squares

Chaitat Pi chaitatp at gmail.com
Tue Dec 25 05:49:20 CET 2012

Oops... the hostname "grmlsucks", I don't mean to imply anything bad about
Grml.  I just name my every machine with "sucks" as the suffix.  It really
doesn't describe the quality of any operating system.  I love Grml and I
run Grml for many years already throughout my office.



On Tue, Dec 25, 2012 at 11:47 AM, Chaitat Pi <chaitatp at gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear Grml
> I thoroughly understand that Grml doesn't support installation on harddisk
> (grml2hd).  It is ok if you won't fix it.  I just would like to inform
> you.  And if it is easy to fix, I just wish maybe you would consider it.
> Grml 2012.05 32-bit
> Running as a live system, inside grml-x, it displays Thai characters
> properly as in screenshot grml-x-livecd.png .
> Running from harddisk (grml2hd), inside grml-x, it doesn't display Thai
> characters properly.  It shows square letters instead as in screenshot
> grml-x-grml2hd.png .
> This has never happened before with other version of Grml I have been
> using (grml2hd).
> I just think that grml2hd just installs the same state as the running live
> Grml into harddisk.  Maybe there are some more complex tasks involved?
> Maybe it is easy to fix?  Maybe not?
> As I already mentioned above, I won't be upset if you won't fix this.
> Merry X'mas ; ))))
> I love Grml.
> --
> chaitat
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