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SubjectRe: Euro symbol (going further off topic)
Wow! How exactly do I do this? No, I'll find out myself. BTW, where can
I find the euro symbol? europa.eu.int seems to be _very_ slow (it's an
NT box).


Alan Cox wrote:
>
> > to participate in it, as I am not a kernel hacker). All _I_ care about
> > is that Linux will support the Euro well, and that Linux will do it
>
> We already do
>
> > faster, better and more efficiently (?) than other operating systems.
> > The Euro symbol _must_ be in 2.2, at least 2.2.20, or else I'm switching
> > to something else (I hear M$ is releasing NT5 soon...)! Note: This is
> > not a threat, just a statement of intent meant as a threat.
>
> Its just so comically funny
Funny?

>
> Linux runs in UTF8, you can load your own console translation tables
> and keymappings. If you've got a downloadable font somewhere draw a euro
> in the right box set it up and off you go.
>
> Alan
Thanks. Perhaps a Euro-HOWTO?

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