Can anyone help me please!
I've tried several ways to setup unicode for BT2 but not successful. I don't know why. I'm pretty new to Linux.
Now I can read Unicode website but not typing.
Please help me,
Thank you so much,
It's what i get from BT2:
bt ~ # locale
From other distro, which I type in Unicode:
Can anyone help me please!
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Sorry for that but It's been 1 week. I really need it and have searched around the forum but not yet get the answer.
Is there any Backtrack users from Japan, Vietname, Chinese, Korea, Thai???
How you guys can get unicode character display on the X terminal?
try this : it's for slackware, but bt is based on slax wich is based on slackware....
BT isn't set up with Unicode support by default. So set your locale to your unicode one. Linux.com's Controlling Your local with environment variables article, along with a list of language codes and country codes, should be all you need to figure out your Unicode locale. When you know it, edit “/etc/profile.d/lang.sh” and change:
export LANG=en_US to
export LANG=en_CA.UTF-8 whereas en_CA.UTF-8 will of course be different depending on where you live.
Now you need a Unicode console font. Download the Terminus font from the Home Page of Dimitar Zhekov and install it using my modification of his SlackBuild.
Now put the following in rc.local:
unicode_start And the following in ~/.bashrc
if [ $TERM = "linux" ]; then
# Needed to get "man" to work properly in Unicode locales
alias man='LC_ALL=C man'
This will give you unicode support for the first virtual console (the one you switch to when you type ALT-F1).
To test, download ucs-fonts.tar.gz and untar it. Among the extracted files will be an examples directory; go there and have a look at the various files:
The European languages should be displayed properly.
To get full Unicode support requires an X terminal that actually has full Unicode support. My favorite is rxt-unicode and here's what you need to set it up:
When running rxvt-unicode, “cat” the files in ucs-font's example's directory again. You should be able to see every Unicode character in those files.
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