File kbd-1.14.1-unicode_scripts.patch of Package kbd

---
 src/unicode_start |   27 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++-
 1 file changed, 26 insertions(+), 1 deletion(-)

--- kbd-1.14.1.orig/src/unicode_start
+++ kbd-1.14.1/src/unicode_start
@@ -74,6 +74,14 @@ stty iutf8
 
 DEFAULT_UNICODE_FONT='LatArCyrHeb-16'
 # Also drdos8x16 is a good candidate.
+
+# Fonts with 512 glyphs like LatArCyrHeb-16 make it impossible to use bold
+# on the console, which makes YaST2 unusable. To be able to use bold,
+# only fonts with 256 glyphs can be used. Therefore we prefer
+# the font specified in /etc/sysconfig/console. This should be OK because
+# the default font written to /etc/sysconfig/console by YaST2
+# is currently always a font with 256 glyphs and a Unicode map
+# which is suitable for the language used during the installation.
 
 case "$#" in
 	2)
@@ -83,7 +91,24 @@ case "$#" in
 		setfont "$1"
 		;;
 	0)
-		setfont "$DEFAULT_UNICODE_FONT"
+		if [ -f /etc/sysconfig/console ] ; then
+		    . /etc/sysconfig/console
+		fi
+		if [ -n "$CONSOLE_FONT" ] ; then
+			SETFONT_ARGS="$CONSOLE_FONT"
+		    if [ -n "$CONSOLE_UNICODEMAP" ] ; then
+			SETFONT_ARGS="$SETFONT_ARGS -u $CONSOLE_UNICODEMAP"
+		    fi
+		    if [ -n "$CONSOLE_SCREENMAP" ] ; then
+			SETFONT_ARGS="$SETFONT_ARGS -m $CONSOLE_SCREENMAP"
+		    fi
+		    setfont $SETFONT_ARGS
+		    if [ -n "$CONSOLE_MAGIC" -a "$CONSOLE_MAGIC" != "none" ] ; then
+			echo -en "\033$CONSOLE_MAGIC"
+		    fi
+		else
+		    setfont $DEFAULT_UNICODE_FONT
+		fi
 		;;
 	*)
 		echo "usage: unicode_start [font [unicode map]]"