A solution to display Chinese(GB18030 Locale) and Japanese Fonts in Xmanager Version 2.0

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A solution to display Chinese(GB18030 Locale) and Japanese Fonts in Xmanager Version 2.0

像教授 2018-02-14 18:32:30 浏览991
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1         Displaying Chinese(GB18030) Fonts

 
  • This method to display Chinese(GB18030) in Xmanager has been tested in AIX5.3Solaris10HP-UX 11v with Xmanager2 already.
  • Thanks Richard Liu for discovering that only check the necessary fonts will make NBU GUI popup fast on AIX GB18030 locale.
 

1.1      For AIX

(1)    Download aix5utfcn.exe and install it into “<Your Xmanager installation Dir>\Xmanager2\Fonts”.
(2)    Copy “<Your Xmanager installation Dir>\Xmanager2\Fonts\Misc” as “<Your Xmanager installation Dir>\Xmanager2\Fonts\Light Misc”, delete files and it looks like below:
-----------------------
    6x13.pcf
    cursor.pcf
    fonts.alias
    fonts.dir
    olcursor.pcf
 -----------------------
Modify the fonts.alias file to:
! $Xorg: fonts.alias,v 1.3 2000/08/21 16:42:31 coskrey Exp $
fixed     -misc-fixed-medium-r-semicondensed--13-120-75-75-c-60-iso8859-1
olcursor               "-sun-open look cursor-----12-120-75-75-p-160-sunolcursor-1"
 
Modify the fonts.dir file to:
3
6X13.PCF -misc-fixed-medium-r-semicondensed--13-120-75-75-c-60-iso8859-1
OLCURSOR.PCF -sun-open look cursor-----12-120-75-75-p-160-sunolcursor-1
CURSOR.PCF cursor
(3)    Lunch Xconfig and create a new profile named AIX Profile.
(4)    Double click AIX Profile -> choose Font tab -> uncheck all the fonts Click -> Add Font Directory -> select “<Your Xmanager installation Dir>\Xmanager2\Fonts\AIX5UTFCN” -> click OK;
Click Add Font Directory -> select “<Your Xmanager installation Dir>\Xmanager2\Fonts\Light Misc” -> click OK.
(5)    Confirm the three checkboxs named Show Missing Font DialogAutomatic Font Substitution and Permit Font Path to Change are unchecked.
(6)    Click OK on AIX Profile Properties dialog box.
(7)    Now you can create a new XDMCP session to connect AIX with this AIX Profile.
(8)    Done.
Without uncheck redundant default fonts and modify fonts.alias and fonts.dir files, the NBU GUI would popup slowly and slowly. Now its speed is almost equally to that in SolarisJ

1.2      For HPUX

(1)    Download hp.exe and unzip it into “<Your Xmanager installation Dir>\Xmanager2\Fonts” .
(2)    Lunch Xconfig.
(3)    Double click Default Profile -> choose Font tab -> Add Font Directory -> select “<Your Xmanager installation Dir>\Xmanager2\Fonts\hpux” -> click OK.
(4)    Click OK on Default Profile Properties dialog box.
Compare with AIX steps, you can skip the Show Missing Font Dialog , Automatic Font Substitution and Permit Font Path to Change option settings.
(5)    Now Chinese GB18030 for HPUX can be displaying right through this Default Profile.

1.3      For Solaris

(1)    Download chinese.exe and install it into “<Your Xmanager installation  Dir>\Xmanager2\Fonts”. You will get “..\Fonts\Chinese_misc”, “..\Fonts\zh_CN” and “..\Font\zh_TW” 3 directories.
(2)    Lunch Xconfig.
(3)    Double click Default Profile -> choose Font tab -> Add Font Directory -> select “<Your Xmanager installation Dir>\Xmanager2\Fonts\ zh_CN\zh_CN.GBK” -> click OK.
(4)    Click OK on Default Profile Properties dialog box.
Compare with AIX steps, you can skip the Show Missing Font Dialog , Automatic Font Substitution and Permit Font Path to Change option settings.
(5)    Now Chinese GB18030 for Solaris can be displaying right through this Default Profile.

2         Displaying Japanese Fonts

(1)    This method to display Japanese in Xmanager has tested in Solaris 10 and Xmanager2 already:
·         SHIFT – JIS Character set of Japanese hasn’t been tested.
·         ”ja----EUC”, “ja_JP.PCK”, “ja_JP.UTF-8”, “ja_JP.eucJP” have been tested.
(2)    Download Japanese.exe and install it into “<Your Xmanager installation Dir>\Xmanager2\Fonts”.
(3)    Lunch Xconfig.
(4)    Double click click Default Profile -> choose Font tab -> Add Font Directory -> select “<Your Xmanager installation Dir>\Xmanager2\Fonts\Japanese” -> click OK.
(5)    Click OK on Default Profile Properties dialog box.
Compare with AIX steps, you can skip the Show Missing Font Dialog , Automatic Font Substitution and Permit Font Path to Change option settings.
(6)    It works well in AIX5.3, Solaris10 and HP-UX 11v i2.

3         About Xmanager3

(1)    I downloaded Xmanager3 the latest version of Xmanager and installed it.
In Xmanager3, you needn’t download the aix5utfcn.exechinese.exe and Japanese.exe to install.
(2)    For AIX, it’s better to do the same steps above for displaying GB18030.
(3)    I haven’t tested in Solaris 10 and HP-UX 11v i2 because Xmanager2 satisfied our requests already.

4         Useful Links

(1)    Displaying Chinese, Korean and Taiwanese character in Xmanager http://www.netsarang.com/bbs/detail.html?id=xmanager&num=1191&page=&s_select=&s_text
(3)    Xmanager2.0 cannot work well with AIX5.3 in GB18030
http://www.netsarang.com/bbs/detail.html?id=xmanager&num=2556
(4)    How to display Chinese character on the title
http://www.netsarang.com/bbs/detail.html?id=xmanager&num=2785&page=&s_select=&s_text





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