[Grml] Thai characters are displays as squares
chaitatp at gmail.com
Tue Dec 25 06:51:21 CET 2012
grml 2011.12 (32-bit) also has the same issue
grml 2010.04 (32-bit) doesn't have this problem and it ships with my
favourite wmii, so I guess I will stick with 2010.04 until later :)))
Hmm... the window manager in 2011.12 and 2012.05, It doesn't look like a
keyboard friendly window manager ... or I need to research more of how to
use keyboard with it? I thought wmii, dwm or awesome are more text-based
On Tue, Dec 25, 2012 at 11:49 AM, Chaitat Pi <chaitatp at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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
>> 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.
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