On Fri, Sep 12, 2003 at 09:43:21PM +0000, Daniela wrote:
> On Friday 12 September 2003 14:34, Alex Zivenko wrote:
> > Hallo all!
> > I am russian, but I have FreeBSD 4.8 installed with onlu eng support. How
> > can I add ru support in my X (I am using KDE), and in console? Thank's
> I think you need to modify the LANG environment variable in your .cshrc (or 
> whatever shell you're using). I'm not sure, however, whether it does modify 
> the language or only the character set.
> In KDE, open the control center and go to Regional & Accessibility -> 
> Country/Region and Language.
> You need to install the additional language pack first:
>       # cd /usr/ports/russian/kde3-i18n
>       # make install

To make the console work with Cyrillic characters, edit the /etc/ttys
file and change the console type from 'cons25' to 'cons25r'.  Set the
console fonts to use the koi8 character set by assigning the variables
in /etc/rc.conf, and choose an appropriate keyboard map:


(or there are koi8-u-.... font variants.  Not entirely sure what the
difference is there.)  These will become the defaults at the next
reboot. See kbdmap(8)/vidfont(8) for an interactive tool for changing
the console fonts.



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