Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 80120
gnome-terminal not displaying Japanese characters at all
Last modified: 2008-05-01 11:38:04 EDT
Description of problem:
The current gnome-terminal is displaying Japanese characters at all
in a Japanese locale. Whitespace appears instead.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Start a new gnome-terminal session in ja locale
% killall -9 gnome-terminal
% LANG=ja_JP gnome-terminal
2002 12 20 16:55:13 JST
2002<nen> 12<gatu> 20<nichi> <kinyoubi> 16:55:13 JST
where the words in <>'s represent kanji
Has been working until quite recently.
Korean and Chinese seem to be ok.
Please, file all terminal emulation/behavior bugs against vte,
gnome-terminal is just the menus and dialogs and command line options.
It works for me. I've installed it with freshly Everything install from
A bit strange. I got a desktop install and it couldn't display. FC_DEBUG=1
shows that it uses Luxi Mono. Actually look like fontconfig font matching has
changed. Has the latest update changes anything on that?
I think this was actually due to fontconfig problems that
got fixed in Phoebe beta2.