Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 578454
National characters have wrong colors
Last modified: 2014-09-30 19:38:56 EDT
From the bug 576845:
"National characters has different ink color (window title, button, text inside
When I choose text install and czech language, the unicode characters are
brighter that "normal" ACSII chars (gray instead of black and similar with
red). This happened under VirtualBox. I'll try bare metal hardware.
How to reproduce: boot TC1 and add "text lang=cs" as kernel parameter."
This is not an issue in anaconda, bug 576845 comment 7 confirms that the issue is present with text interfaces on the installed system too.
Some more info:
I am opening a new bug instead of changing the component of 576845 because it has irrelevant screenshots attached (which are probably anaconda bugs).
I have personally never reproduced this. Both kparal and Milan Kerslager (the original bug reporter) were only able to reproduce this on virtual machines.
Created attachment 403710 [details]
colored fonts in anaconda
Created attachment 403713 [details]
colored fonts in s-c-network
Created attachment 414062 [details]
boot in cs_CZ locale in KVM
Problem manifested under 220.127.116.11-85.fc13.x86_64 installed in KVM.
*** Bug 576845 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
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