Fedora Core 6 and Brltty v3.7.2
tobvin at algonet.se
Thu Apr 12 13:24:16 UTC 2007
I had a similar problem with Fedora Core 5 last year. I cured it
temporarily bysetting LANG="sv_SE" in /etc/sysconfig/i18n, thusdisabling
unicode support on the terminal, which unfortunately made non-standard
characters such as the Nordic characters display incorrectlSuddenly
though,after a kernel updat, if my memory serves me right, the problem
vanished, and I could switch back to LANG="svV_SE.UTF-8".
Try applying all the updates to Fedora Core 6 and see if the problem goes
Hope this helps,
On Wed, 11
Apr 2007, Dave Mielke wrote:
> [quoted lines by Patrik Johansson on 2007/04/11 at 19:24 +0200]
> >I've just installed Fedora Core 6 and Brltty 3.7.2 on my Linux box. I want to use Brltty with my Braillex EL 40 Desktop Braille display.
> >When I start Brltty I get the startup message on the Braille display, but after that I only get question marks. However, I can see that the cursor moves on the Braille display when I type letters at the shell prompt.
> >Does anyone know what the problem could be?
> Although 3.7.2 is the latest production release, it is, unfortunately, rather
> old. We've been a bit slow in releasing 3.8. Are you able to build 3.8 from the
> source repository and give it a try? I suspect it contains the fix for your
> problem, which I believe to be a problem we fixed some time ago related to the
> interpretation of extended characters in the font table of a frame buffer
> console. Alternatively, you might try booting with the nofb (no frame buffer)
> kernel parameter.
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