File sysconfig.console of Package kbd

## Path:        Hardware/Console
## Description: Text console settings (see also Hardware/Keyboard)
## Type:	string
## Default:	""
## ServiceRestart: kbd
#
# Console settings.
# Note: The KBD_TTY setting from Hardware/Keyboard (sysconfig/keyboard)
# also applies for the settings here.
#
# Load this console font on bootup:
# (/usr/share/kbd/consolefonts/)
# 
CONSOLE_FONT=""

## Type:	string
## Default:	""
#
# Some fonts come without a unicode map.
# (.psfu fonts supposedly have it, others often not.)
# You can then specify the unicode mapping of your font 
# explicitly. (/usr/share/kbd/unimaps/)
# Normally not needed.
#
CONSOLE_UNICODEMAP=""

## Type:	string
## Default:	""
#
# Most programs output 8 bit characters, so you need a table to
# translate those characters into unicode. That one can be specified
# here. (/usr/share/kbd/consoletrans/)
# (Note: If your console is in utf-8 mode you don't need this.)
# If your code does not use a unicode mapping at all (because you
# e.g. explicitly specified UNICODEMAP="none") you may circumvent
# the translation via unicode, but load a map which directly maps
# 8 bit output of your program to a font position.
#
CONSOLE_SCREENMAP=""

## Type:	string
## Default:	""
#
# for some fonts the console has to be initialized with CONSOLE_MAGIC.
# CONSOLE_MAGIC can be empty or have the values "(B", ")B", "(K" or ")K".
# Normally not needed (automatically handled by setfont).
#
CONSOLE_MAGIC=""