As we know, the console drivers atkbd and sc do not support unicode
(in contrast to linux console drivers, for example).
So we have to use programs able to translate unicode to a single byte
code table. I use my PC successfully in such a manner.
You should set LC_CTYPE to ru_RU.UTF-8 (for russian) before running
X programs, and you should have correct unicode support.
I have the next line in .xinitrc:
env LC_CTYPE=ru_RU.UTF-8 twm
And I have no problem with X programs for years.
On Sat, Dec 16, 2006 at 10:10:08PM -0200, Henry Lenzi wrote:
> On 12/16/06, ?$BJ8D; <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >> It's worth noting that while this solution may work, it's an
> >> add-on.
> >> The question of Unicode is complex; you should check for
> >> relevant threads in the questions@ and i18n@ archives.
> >I am using FreeBSD 6.1. with locale set to ja_JP.UTF-8
> I'm sorry, I'm not following this discussion. To get Unicode support,
> I should set my system to ja_JP.UTF8?!
> My problem is cyrillic fonts; any help is aprreciated.
> PS: Oh, and don't write back to me in Russian, please. I'm not there yet :-))
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