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SubjectRe: Improved console UTF-8 support for the Linux kernel?
Hi Jan ;),

On Dec 11 at 10:39:55, Jan Engelhardt wrote:
> Yes it does generate 0xC3B6 (otherwise it would show up as garbage, because it
> would not be utf8-compliant if it only output 0xF6)
>
> >I'm using kernel 2.6.9 + Chris patch
>
> I am using SUSE's KOTD 20041202 (2.6.8 + 2.6.9-rc2)

Maybe the patch or a fix has already been included in rc2/rc3, or in
SUSE's version :??

> >method. I've used it with anthy, just have to check it with skk.
>
> Have not seen it. What is it? Some sort of xterm?

Just an input system. To be able to write Japanese all over the place ;))

regards,

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