I’m facing the following issue and since I’ve spent already so much time on it, I’d like to ask for some help.
When I open a terminal (like tty1 etc.), I can’t make it display characters from my national alphabet (that is Czech) as you can here on this picture:
Then, I have the following settings:
KEYBOARD CONFIGURATION FILE
Consult the keyboard(5) manual page.
CONFIGURATION FILE FOR SETUPCON
Consult the console-setup(5) manual page.
The following is an example how to use a braille font
>locale gives the following output:
>localectl status returns:
System Locale: LANG=en_US.UTF-8
VC Keymap: n/a
X11 Layout: cz,us
X11 Model: pc105
X11 Options: grp:alt_shift_toggle
/etc/environment is empty
I have no additional settings in ~/.bashrc or ~/.profile
I’ve tried to change some of these files, like setting LC_ALL=cs_CZ.UTF-8
I’ve tried to change the settings using: >sudo dpkg-reconfigure console-setup
I’ve searched for solution elsewhere or even here, but no luck with any of the advice (mostly about changing LC_ALL and dpkg-reconfigure) I’ve found.
I have no problems with locale in pty, so I guess there is some other configuration of the desktop environment that play its role.
So, how should I go about it so I can see letters from the Czech alphabet in terminal?