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SubjectRe: ISO-8859-1 completeness of kernel fonts?
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By author: "Mack Stevenson" <>
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> Hello,
> The 8x16 and Sun 12x22 kernel fonts I tried seem to lack some standard
> glyphs necessary to represent the entire ISO-8859-1 charmap; I am talking
> about all accented capital vowels except for 'É'.
> This seems to happen in both 2.2.16 as well as in 2.2.18.
> Is this intentional? If so, why?
> How can I override this behaviour?

They're probably CP 437 fonts. Just load your own; e.g. "setfont lat1u-16".

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