Keymaps, fonts, charset maps, fallback tables for console-tools
This package contains the standard data files for the Linux Console Tools.
This includes keyboard definitions (keymaps), console fonts for various
encodings, maps defining the standard charsets for use by text applications,
and fallback tables allowing to approximate an unavailable character's glyph
with the glyph of another character in the current font.
The Agafari ethiopic fonts from the source package were not included
because it's a bit unclear whether they should be distributed. Please
use Goha or GohaClassic if you want the Ethiopic script.
See /usr/share/doc/console-data/fonts/README.Ethiopic for details.
The keymap is loaded very early during the booting process. It has to
16-bit screen-maps are used when the screen is in 8-bit mode (the default),
to define the character-set used by applications, by telling the kernel how
to interpret these 8-bit chars, in fact by telling to which Unicode character
they should be mapped.
The following files are 16-bit screen maps generated from the file
`UTF-tmpl.8bit', using the `2UTF' prog
The correspondences given in iso0[1-9].sfm are
according to The Unicode Standard, Version 1.0, Vol. 1.
Most of the remaining ones are phantasy.
`ethiopic.sfm' is the one used by the `Agafari', `Goha', and `GohaClassic' fonts.
`def.sfm' is the default one, used by the kernel on boot (codepage 437).
`cp437.sfm' is basically quite similar with `def.sfm', but has some
approximations defined, and a
Fragment of the "readme" file in Joel Hoffman's codepage.tar.Z
iso06.* follows ISO 8859-6 (but does not contain the Arabic digits).
Only the isolat
Type A. Alt
[Reference: codepage 866 (as given in Unicode 1.0, Vol 2, Appendix C).
o All fonts contain 353 Ethiopic characters which extends the Unicode
iso07.* follows ISO 8859-7.
737.cp - the MS/DOS code page 737.
greek.psf and the fil
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