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Re: UI in French?
Am 22.09.2010 22:11, schrieb Gilles:
> At 21:10 22/09/2010, Leszek Lesner wrote:
>> Try adding console-setup/layoutcode=fr aswell to the boot options
> Thanks a lot, it worked :-)
> To sum up, here's what I appended to \\USB\syslinux\text.cfg:
> locale=fr_FR.UTF-8 keyb=fr klayout=fr console-setup/layoutcode=fr
> One more question related to the UI: Since I still don't know how to
> make this USB key persistent, I also need to configure the boot
> options so that X starts in 1024x768@75Hz, ie. the equivalent of
> running this once X is up and running:
> xrandr -s 1024x768 -r 75
As Xorg uses autodetection I think it isn't possible without an
persistent usb stick.
For enabling persitency with a file on a fat32 formatted stick you need
to create a file with dd with you preffered persistent file size and
then simply format this with ext2/3 or 4 or whatever filesystem you
like. Rename the file to casper-rw and add "persistence" to your boot
Alternatively you can resize the fat32 portion of your filesystem on
your stick and add a ext2/3 or 4 formatted filesystem to it with the
label casper-rw to enable full persistency. For only activate
persistency for your home directory (this wouldn't solve your xorg
resolution problem though) replace casper-rw with home-rw.
Here are commands summed up.
1. DD (2GB Persistency Image):
dd if=/dev/zero of=/media/your_path_to_usbstick/casper-rw bs=1024
2. Format the persistent image
3. Add persistent to your bootoptions
Hope this helps you :)
> Does someone know how to do this?
> Thank you.
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