[lfs-support] Não aparecem letras acentuadas no console lfs

Fernando de Oliveira famobr at yahoo.com.br
Mon Jun 22 03:23:26 PDT 2015

Em 21-06-2015 19:41, Ken Moffat escreveu:
> On Sun, Jun 21, 2015 at 07:02:37PM -0300, Fernando de Oliveira wrote:
>> I will more or less interpret (not exactly translate) some lines.
> Thanks.
>>> Esse [?] é um quadrado branco com interrogação dentro dele. Qualquer
>> This [?] is a white square with a question mark inside.
> What you get on an error very much depends on the chosen font.  I'm
> not familiar with lat9w-16, but for some fonts a white square
> indicates "nothing for this codepoint, or invalid unicode" so your
> suggestions below sound right.

Thank you very much for your reply, Ken.

Marcos, I think you understand what Ken wrote. If not, please, just ask 
me to interpret/translate into Portuguese.

Marcos, acho que você entende o que Ken escreveu. Caso contrário, basta 
pedir para que eu interprete/traduza par Português.

ISTR that you wrote a message in English, before. As Carlos wrote, 
nobody will complain if the English is poor. What matters is the 
information you need. So, in the future you can still send in 
Portuguese, because I see that our folks kindly accepted, but it would 
be *better to send in English*, if you can, because this list is 
supposed to be in English.

It is very good to have you with us in (B)LFS. The same for Carlos and 
Listeiro 037.

>>> caractere acentuado, o console retorna com esse [?]. Mas quando eu
>>> digito no console, as letras aparecem acentuadas, é só
>>> quando o console retorna uma informação. Eu acho que é na configuração
>>> do Console, mas no livro não tem exemplo para PT BR, e não consegui
>>> achar nada no google que resolvesse....
>>> Meu arquivo de configuração do console, por hora esta assim:
>>> # Begin /etc/sysconfig/console
>>> UNICODE="1"
>>> KEYMAP="br-abnt2"
>>> FONT="lat9w-16"
>>> # End /etc/sysconfig/console
>>> Tentei várias fontes, mas ou fica na mesma , ou a interrogação nem aparece....
>>> Alguém tem como ficou a configuração do console que funcione bem as mensagem acentuadas ?

>> Try.
>> # Begin /etc/sysconfig/console
>> UNICODE="1"
>> KEYMAP="br-abnt2"
>> LEGACY_CHARSET="iso-8859-1"
>> FONT="lat1-16 -m 8859-1"
>> # End /etc/sysconfig/console
>> To Ken or Bruce or somebody else. I never remember how I solve this, if the
>> above is wrong, please, tell and help us.
> As I said above, this sounds likely to solve the problem.  If this
> does not work, I wonder if Marcos is somehow using a non-unicode
> locale ( LC_ALL or LANG set to e.g. pt_BR.iso8859-1, or perhaps not
> set at all [ i.e. POSIX or C ] ).

I use:

$ echo $LANG

Also, I wrote that I never remember, because my /etc/sysconfig/console 
have all options commented out. And I use /etc/sysconfig/rc.site, 
instead, but I use FONT=ter-128n, because nouveau makes the characters 
to small, problem well known here.

Thanks again, Ken.


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