Hi,

I actually want only to read it in braille through brltty, it does not
matter if it is displayed correctly on console.
Any suggestions, references on how to do it.


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On Sat, Feb 10, 2018 at 4:20 PM, Samuel Thibault <
samuel.thiba...@ens-lyon.org> wrote:

> Hello,
>
> Vikash Kesarwani, on sam. 10 févr. 2018 08:41:48 +0530, wrote:
> > 1. I am unable to display unicode characters (hindi) on virtual terminal
>
> You need to load a devanagari PSF font. I have however not seen one in the
> usual console font packages, so you would probably have to convert one
> or create it from scratch.
>
> If you only care about being able to read it in braille and not actually
> show it on the physical screen, we can easily create a dumb font to do
> that.
>
> > 2. How do I tell brltty to read unicode and translate.
>
> That will "just work" once the font is set up correctly and you
> configure brltty to use the hindi (hi) braille table (actually the
> devanagari table).
>
> Samuel
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