Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 663530
Cyrillic letters differ in color in console
Last modified: 2012-08-16 18:22:58 EDT
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The russian (cyrillic) letters in console are very brighter then symbols or latin ones.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. setup system locale to cyrillic one (e.g. ru_RU.UTF-8)
2. after console font being setup on boot, put some color text on the screen like ls or syntax-colored text in editor (containing text in cyrillic script).
The cyrillic letters are brighter (like snow-white v.s. silver-gray) then punctuation and latins in text supposed to have same color.
The letters obviously of same "color" and bright.
I'm not able to reproduce the problem.
[root@norcus etc]# cat /etc/sysconfig/i18n
Reboot, login as user in the text console.
Cyrillic letters in colorized ls output (e. g. month abbreviations in long listing format) are displayed in same color and brightness as latin letters.
Am I missing something?
I can reproduce both on my system and live CD.
And I mean real console, not framebuffer emulation.
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