This package provides the Linux console with the same
keyboard configuration scheme as the X Window System. As a result,
there is no need to duplicate or change the keyboard files just to
make simple customizations such as the use of dead keys, the key
functioning as AltGr or Compose key, the key(s) to switch between
Latin and non-Latin mode, etc.
The package also contains console fonts supporting many of the
world's languages. It provides an unified set of font faces - the
classic VGA, the simplistic Fixed, and the cleaned Terminus,
TerminusBold and TerminusBoldVGA.
Since the installation scripts of this package ask most of the Debconf
questions with low or medium priority, you may want to use
in order to fine-tune your keyboard setup.
Please notice that this package does not conflict with other packages
that configure the console.
If 'kbd' and 'console-setup' are installed, then 'console-setup'
configures the font and the k
The console fonts are named after the scheme CODESET-FONTFACE.psf,
CODESET may be Arabic, Armenian, CyrAsia, CyrKoi, CyrSlav, Ethiopian,
Georgian, Greek, Hebrew, Lao, Lat15, Lat2, Lat38, Lat7, Thai, Uni1,
Uni2, Uni3 and Vietnamese. The codesets determine which symbols are
supported by the font.
Please notice that the existence of a font for a particular code set