kdm locale problem

James Richard Tyrer tyrerj at acm.org
Sun Jun 15 16:31:48 BST 2003

LeVA wrote:
> Hi!
> James Richard Tyrer wrote:
>> Most probable:  When you start using KDM your start up files 'profile' 
>> &/| ".bash_profile" are not being run.
>> For them to run, you need for the: "Xsession" script to be a login 
>> script.
>> To do this, simply change the first line of: "Xsession" to:
>>     #!/bin/bash --login
>> NOTE: the source code has a script:
>>     $KDEDIR/share/config/Xsession
>> that sources the systems: Xsession.
>> If that is the case, it is: $KDEDIR/share/config/Xsession that needs 
>> to be edited.
> Thanks! But I got a lot responses with that solution already. I replied 
> to those with another problem. It is ok now, the localisation works. I 
> put the LANG=hu_HU in my Xsession file. But know I lost my hungarian 
> letters ("é" "á" ...etc). In the desktop instead of these letters, there 
> are white blocks in the file names, and in Konsole I can not type those 
> letters. Any idea why?

That is probably a font issue.

Is it possible that you are using a font that doesn't have those characters?


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