2.6.10 kernels (was unexdpected mouse problems in console (mx1000 related?))

Simon Geard delgarde at ihug.co.nz
Fri Dec 31 03:17:07 PST 2004

On Thu, 2004-12-30 at 15:24 +0000, Declan Moriarty wrote:

> It appears the Unicode setup is coming on. The general implementation
> holds tables in the "Corporate Zone". This is not easily swallowed by
> linux coders, so linux holds the  data in the "Linux Zone". And the
> unicode lot apparently refused to add the language klingon, on some
> basis which the linux coders decided was specious (Like that it's
> fictitious), so as linux is a hacker's OS, they extended the API(?) or
> whatever to include klingon characters. So presuming klingons run
> linux, you can now write to them in Unicode :-).

Out of curiosity, what about Tolkien's scripts? Surely someone must have
tried setting up their machine with Quenya translations and tengwar
script? :)

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