[Cooker] [Bug 1394] [locales-fr] problem with french_UTF8

2003-03-27 Thread pablo
http://qa.mandrakesoft.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1394

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--- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2003-03-27 17:36 ---


*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 3020 ***



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just after the install mandrake 9.1beta3, I run localedrake, and choose France 
(UTF-8) (I choose it at the beginning of the install, thanks the advance 
button). I see several problem : 
1)During the boot, the messages are not displayed correctly : for example, 
instead of Amorçage, I see Amorçage (seems like the utf-8 message is 
displayed like an ascii message, or an iso-8859-1 message) 
2)In console mode, my french keyboard works perfectly when I'm not still 
logged. But, after logging, I can't use deadkeys and can't type letters like é, 
à or ç for example. (the keyboard seems ok in X) 
3)in the X loggin window, if I try to halt or reboot, I obtain : 
 
The system is going down for system halt NOW! 
INIT: Switching to runlevel: 0 
INIT: Sending processes the TERM signal 
 
 ;2R 
 
 
... and nothing ! I must press enter, and then type manually halt or 
reboot. 
 
P.S : for information, if I'am interested in utf-8, it's because I want to use 
simultenaously french and esperanto, but that's an another story ;)



[Cooker] [Bug 1394] [locales-fr] problem with french_UTF8

2003-03-14 Thread hhielscher
http://qa.mandrakesoft.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1394





--- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2003-03-14 16:51 ---
Please fill one bug report per incident.

The shutdown/restart problem is covered by bug 3020.



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description: 
just after the install mandrake 9.1beta3, I run localedrake, and choose France 
(UTF-8) (I choose it at the beginning of the install, thanks the advance 
button). I see several problem : 
1)During the boot, the messages are not displayed correctly : for example, 
instead of Amorçage, I see Amorçage (seems like the utf-8 message is 
displayed like an ascii message, or an iso-8859-1 message) 
2)In console mode, my french keyboard works perfectly when I'm not still 
logged. But, after logging, I can't use deadkeys and can't type letters like é, 
à or ç for example. (the keyboard seems ok in X) 
3)in the X loggin window, if I try to halt or reboot, I obtain : 
 
The system is going down for system halt NOW! 
INIT: Switching to runlevel: 0 
INIT: Sending processes the TERM signal 
 
 ;2R 
 
 
... and nothing ! I must press enter, and then type manually halt or 
reboot. 
 
P.S : for information, if I'am interested in utf-8, it's because I want to use 
simultenaously french and esperanto, but that's an another story ;)



[Cooker] [Bug 1394] [locales-fr] problem with french_UTF8

2003-03-03 Thread pablo
http://qa.mandrakesoft.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1394

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--- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2003-03-03 12:45 ---
Le problème d'affichage en console est résolu avec
initscripts-7.06-8mdk

Le problème de clavier viens du fait qu'un clavier spécifiquemment unicode est
necessaire; un paquetage console-tools avec les claviers supportés dedoublés en
version unicode sera fait bientot.
A noter cependant que la composition d'accents ne fonctionnera pas (c'est une
limitation du noyau).

Est-ce que le 3e bug est toujours d'actualité?



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description: 
just after the install mandrake 9.1beta3, I run localedrake, and choose France 
(UTF-8) (I choose it at the beginning of the install, thanks the advance 
button). I see several problem : 
1)During the boot, the messages are not displayed correctly : for example, 
instead of Amorçage, I see Amorçage (seems like the utf-8 message is 
displayed like an ascii message, or an iso-8859-1 message) 
2)In console mode, my french keyboard works perfectly when I'm not still 
logged. But, after logging, I can't use deadkeys and can't type letters like é, 
à or ç for example. (the keyboard seems ok in X) 
3)in the X loggin window, if I try to halt or reboot, I obtain : 
 
The system is going down for system halt NOW! 
INIT: Switching to runlevel: 0 
INIT: Sending processes the TERM signal 
 
 ;2R 
 
 
... and nothing ! I must press enter, and then type manually halt or 
reboot. 
 
P.S : for information, if I'am interested in utf-8, it's because I want to use 
simultenaously french and esperanto, but that's an another story ;)



[Cooker] [Bug 1394] [locales-fr] problem with french_UTF8

2003-03-03 Thread pablo
http://qa.mandrakesoft.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1394

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--- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2003-03-03 12:46 ---
*** Bug 2629 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***



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assigned_to: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
status: ASSIGNED
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description: 
just after the install mandrake 9.1beta3, I run localedrake, and choose France 
(UTF-8) (I choose it at the beginning of the install, thanks the advance 
button). I see several problem : 
1)During the boot, the messages are not displayed correctly : for example, 
instead of Amorçage, I see Amorçage (seems like the utf-8 message is 
displayed like an ascii message, or an iso-8859-1 message) 
2)In console mode, my french keyboard works perfectly when I'm not still 
logged. But, after logging, I can't use deadkeys and can't type letters like é, 
à or ç for example. (the keyboard seems ok in X) 
3)in the X loggin window, if I try to halt or reboot, I obtain : 
 
The system is going down for system halt NOW! 
INIT: Switching to runlevel: 0 
INIT: Sending processes the TERM signal 
 
 ;2R 
 
 
... and nothing ! I must press enter, and then type manually halt or 
reboot. 
 
P.S : for information, if I'am interested in utf-8, it's because I want to use 
simultenaously french and esperanto, but that's an another story ;)



[Cooker] [Bug 1394] [locales-fr] problem with french_UTF8

2003-03-03 Thread js.lebacq
http://qa.mandrakesoft.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1394





--- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2003-03-03 13:42 ---
Pour le troisième bug : il me faut distinguer deux cas : 
- vouloir arrêter à partir du panneau sous X : plus de problème. 
- vouloir arrêter en faisant un «halt» dans une console : toujours le même résultat. 
 
À noter que je n'ai pas encore testé initscripts-7.06-8mdk (j'ai une 9.1rc1 «de base») 



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description: 
just after the install mandrake 9.1beta3, I run localedrake, and choose France 
(UTF-8) (I choose it at the beginning of the install, thanks the advance 
button). I see several problem : 
1)During the boot, the messages are not displayed correctly : for example, 
instead of Amorçage, I see Amorçage (seems like the utf-8 message is 
displayed like an ascii message, or an iso-8859-1 message) 
2)In console mode, my french keyboard works perfectly when I'm not still 
logged. But, after logging, I can't use deadkeys and can't type letters like é, 
à or ç for example. (the keyboard seems ok in X) 
3)in the X loggin window, if I try to halt or reboot, I obtain : 
 
The system is going down for system halt NOW! 
INIT: Switching to runlevel: 0 
INIT: Sending processes the TERM signal 
 
 ;2R 
 
 
... and nothing ! I must press enter, and then type manually halt or 
reboot. 
 
P.S : for information, if I'am interested in utf-8, it's because I want to use 
simultenaously french and esperanto, but that's an another story ;)



[Cooker] [Bug 1394] [locales-fr] problem with french_UTF8

2003-03-03 Thread jkeller
http://qa.mandrakesoft.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1394





--- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2003-03-03 19:24 ---
Quant à moi, le ;2R apparaît si je suis loggé dans un console virtuel et 
j'arrête à partir de GNOME. Il faut supprimer le ;2R, me délogger, appuyer 
sur l'entrée à deux ou trois reprises. A ce moment-là, le système enfin 
commence à s'arrêter.

Le même sujet sur cooker (je viens de retrouver ce bougue, et voulais y 
rajouter ce dont on a parlé sr la liste).

John Keller wrote:
 guran wrote:
  In console give Ctrl-Alt-Del =
  Broadcast c
  The system is going c
  INIT: Switching to runlevel:6
  INIT: Sending processes the TERM signal
 
  the process is halted here and only shows:
  ;2R
  when I press Enter, I get 
  -bash: syntax error near unexpected token ';'
  write shutdown -r now + Enter = new hang + Enter starts the reboot.

 I get the same thing when I use shutdown (either -r or -h) at the
command
 line (I'm also in UTF-8). I've found that I can backspace over the ;2R
and
 hit enter. A new prompt will come up sometimes; other times, I can hit
enter
 several times and it starts up the shutdown process.

Further info: I get this problem as well when I have a session open in a
virtual console and issue a shutdown/restart from GNOME.

I can delete the ;2R, use control-D to logout, hit enter a couple of
times -- and *then* the machine starts shutting down.



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assigned_to: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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description: 
just after the install mandrake 9.1beta3, I run localedrake, and choose France 
(UTF-8) (I choose it at the beginning of the install, thanks the advance 
button). I see several problem : 
1)During the boot, the messages are not displayed correctly : for example, 
instead of Amorçage, I see Amorçage (seems like the utf-8 message is 
displayed like an ascii message, or an iso-8859-1 message) 
2)In console mode, my french keyboard works perfectly when I'm not still 
logged. But, after logging, I can't use deadkeys and can't type letters like é, 
à or ç for example. (the keyboard seems ok in X) 
3)in the X loggin window, if I try to halt or reboot, I obtain : 
 
The system is going down for system halt NOW! 
INIT: Switching to runlevel: 0 
INIT: Sending processes the TERM signal 
 
 ;2R 
 
 
... and nothing ! I must press enter, and then type manually halt or 
reboot. 
 
P.S : for information, if I'am interested in utf-8, it's because I want to use 
simultenaously french and esperanto, but that's an another story ;)



[Cooker] [Bug 1394] [locales-fr] problem with french_UTF8

2003-02-12 Thread [Bug 1394]
https://qa.mandrakesoft.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1394





--- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2003-02-12 14:43 ---
 To fix the first bug, (bad fonts in console), you just have to add 
 SYSFONT=LatArCyrHeb-14 
 in /etc/sysconfig/i18n 
 
Well, I think I must explain better my first bug : the problem is not in 
console mode (even if I can't find a SYSFONT wich handle french AND esperanto, 
but it's an another issue). Actually, **the messages during the start-up aren't 
displayed correctly**. But, after the startup, in console mode, if I make a 
ls for example in a repertory wich contain files with french name, there's 
no problem. 
 
If I tried the LatArCyrHeb-14 option, there are no changes. 



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description: 
just after the install mandrake 9.1beta3, I run localedrake, and choose France 
(UTF-8) (I choose it at the beginning of the install, thanks the advance 
button). I see several problem : 
1)During the boot, the messages are not displayed correctly : for example, 
instead of Amorçage, I see Amorçage (seems like the utf-8 message is 
displayed like an ascii message, or an iso-8859-1 message) 
2)In console mode, my french keyboard works perfectly when I'm not still 
logged. But, after logging, I can't use deadkeys and can't type letters like é, 
à or ç for example. (the keyboard seems ok in X) 
3)in the X loggin window, if I try to halt or reboot, I obtain : 
 
The system is going down for system halt NOW! 
INIT: Switching to runlevel: 0 
INIT: Sending processes the TERM signal 
 
 ;2R 
 
 
... and nothing ! I must press enter, and then type manually halt or 
reboot. 
 
P.S : for information, if I'am interested in utf-8, it's because I want to use 
simultenaously french and esperanto, but that's an another story ;)




[Cooker] [Bug 1394] [locales-fr] problem with french_UTF8

2003-02-11 Thread [Bug 1394]
https://qa.mandrakesoft.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1394





--- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2003-02-12 00:29 ---
I confirm the ;2R bug:
When the system is in uft8, just type init 6 in a xterm, or in a VT:
- the system doesn't want to reboot
-- ;2R is displayed in the VT
--- if you insist, the system reset itself (=fsck...)




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description: 
just after the install mandrake 9.1beta3, I run localedrake, and choose France 
(UTF-8) (I choose it at the beginning of the install, thanks the advance 
button). I see several problem : 
1)During the boot, the messages are not displayed correctly : for example, 
instead of Amorçage, I see Amorçage (seems like the utf-8 message is 
displayed like an ascii message, or an iso-8859-1 message) 
2)In console mode, my french keyboard works perfectly when I'm not still 
logged. But, after logging, I can't use deadkeys and can't type letters like é, 
à or ç for example. (the keyboard seems ok in X) 
3)in the X loggin window, if I try to halt or reboot, I obtain : 
 
The system is going down for system halt NOW! 
INIT: Switching to runlevel: 0 
INIT: Sending processes the TERM signal 
 
 ;2R 
 
 
... and nothing ! I must press enter, and then type manually halt or 
reboot. 
 
P.S : for information, if I'am interested in utf-8, it's because I want to use 
simultenaously french and esperanto, but that's an another story ;)




[Cooker] [Bug 1394] [locales-fr] problem with french_UTF8

2003-02-11 Thread [Bug 1394]
https://qa.mandrakesoft.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1394





--- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2003-02-12 00:41 ---
To fix the first bug, (bad fonts in console), you just have to add
SYSFONT=LatArCyrHeb-14
in /etc/sysconfig/i18n

localedrake should do this job when choosing utf8.
(maybe there is something nicer than LatArCyrHeb?)




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description: 
just after the install mandrake 9.1beta3, I run localedrake, and choose France 
(UTF-8) (I choose it at the beginning of the install, thanks the advance 
button). I see several problem : 
1)During the boot, the messages are not displayed correctly : for example, 
instead of Amorçage, I see Amorçage (seems like the utf-8 message is 
displayed like an ascii message, or an iso-8859-1 message) 
2)In console mode, my french keyboard works perfectly when I'm not still 
logged. But, after logging, I can't use deadkeys and can't type letters like é, 
à or ç for example. (the keyboard seems ok in X) 
3)in the X loggin window, if I try to halt or reboot, I obtain : 
 
The system is going down for system halt NOW! 
INIT: Switching to runlevel: 0 
INIT: Sending processes the TERM signal 
 
 ;2R 
 
 
... and nothing ! I must press enter, and then type manually halt or 
reboot. 
 
P.S : for information, if I'am interested in utf-8, it's because I want to use 
simultenaously french and esperanto, but that's an another story ;)