I have a freshly installed arch with systemd. The problem is quite simple, i need the consolefont "lat2-16" to display my Czech characters correctly.
If I use
everything works fine. But this obviously doesn't last after reboot. The solution should be putting the FONT in vconsole.conf, right?
my vconsole.conf :
KEYMAP=cz-qwertz FONT=lat2-16 FONT_MAP=8858-2_to_uni
but the tty loads the "default" font, i.e. some other than I need. Do I have to put "setfont" to some script or what to make it work? What could possibly make this simple thing not work?
there is a known bug that when your KMS driver is loaded, the font is reset.
As a workaround, add your video kernel module (nouveau, i915 or whatever) to MODULES in /etc/mkinitcpio.conf and rebuild your initramfs with.
mkinitcpio -p linux
Try adding your graphics driver to mkinitcpio.conf and rebuilding your initramfs. See this thread.
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Last edited by 2ManyDogs (2012-10-31 19:32:35)
Thanks guys, this worked I should have looked better to find the other thread!