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dbristow 05-17-05 05:57 PM

console font (latarcyrheb-sun16) doesn't stay set
 
I am using Fedora Core 3 and the latest NVIDIA driver. I notice that when FC3 sets the default console font to "latarcyrheb-sun16", this setting doesn't survive any switch to X11. I can re-run /sbin/setsysfont to restore this setting, but I was wondering if there was a way to tell the NVIDIA driver "hands off my console fonts". The font that is apparently the default text-mode font for this video card (GeForce FX 5200 Plus) doesn't have the proper characters for UTF-8.

David Bristow

Xarafaxz 09-18-05 12:49 PM

Re: console font (latarcyrheb-sun16) doesn't stay set
 
I confirm. This is very annoying if someone need to use national character sets.

netllama 09-18-05 03:03 PM

Re: console font (latarcyrheb-sun16) doesn't stay set
 
I'm not seeing this behavior in FC3. Can you please post a bug report?

Thanks,
Lonni

Xarafaxz 09-18-05 04:18 PM

Re: console font (latarcyrheb-sun16) doesn't stay set
 
I do so.

This can happen on any distro when you use standard vga console (no framebuffer which is shipped with most default kernels)

miguelquiros 03-27-07 11:51 AM

Re: console font (latarcyrheb-sun16) doesn't stay set
 
Hello. I am seeing this behaviour with Ubuntu Edgy. After installing the nvidia driver, if I go to the console with Ctrl-Alt-F1, non-English characters are not properly displayed. I can reset the charmap by reruning the proper init script at the console but, If I return to graphics mode with Alt-F7 and then back again to console with Ctrl-Alt-F1, the incorrect character setting has appeared by itself again.

Since the previous posts to this thread were almost one and half years ago, I deduce that nobody has found a solution and if it is a bug, it has not been solved.


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