samuel.thibault at ens-lyon.org
Wed Oct 19 21:12:04 UTC 2005
Artur Rutkowski, le Wed 19 Oct 2005 21:58:41 +0200, a écrit :
> 1. My naitive language is polish language, so I wanted to set the iso-8859-2 characters standard. I was looking for the i18n file but I didn't find it (this file exists in fedora probably). In which file (in Debian and debian based distributions) can I set the characters standard?
The polish locale is called pl_PL. On debian, you just need to install
the package called "locales", it will prompt you for the locale and
configure it. If it does not, just add
> 2. In which file can I write the brltty... command in order to start brltty during the boot of system (this question also concerns the Debian and Debian based distributions like Ubuntu)?
In Debian, you can let the brltty package install some
/etc/init.d/brltty script and the corresponding /etc/rcS.d/Ssomethingbrltty
When installing the package, it will prompt you for a braille table, the
polish one (pl) is available.
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