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Old 03-05-2001, 07:10 PM   #1
tlennon
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My company is currently moving some C programs from AIX to Red Hat Linux 7.x for a new customer. We are NOT using GUI. The characters in the default character set do not display the ASCII line and box chars' correctly. Instead they display hyrogliphics. We tried to use the "consolechars" command after uncompressing some default fonts (if I remember correctly default8x16.psf.gz) in /usr/lib/kbd/consolefonts directory but there was no change. Any suggestion other than programactically mapping the line chars, which will be my only option if no resolution to this post
 
  


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