Encountered what I think is a strange issue......
Although I don't think this matters, it is on an F18 system. The environment is UTF-8. The cjkuni-ukai-fonts package is installed. In the "system settings" the General Font is configured for UKai CN while the Fixed-Width is set for FreeMono. Also, in konsole the font set in appearance is also FeeMono.
The odd thing is that when a file containing Simplified Chinese is either edited or cat'ed some of the characters are displayed in what is probably FreeMono while a few are displayed in UKai CN.
I suspect, but am not sure, that some glyphs are missing in FreeMono causing a fallback to UKai CN. Is there a tool that can be used to display/check that glyphs exist for all characters? I'm concerned, or think I should be, that whatever tool may be subject to the same "fall back" situation.
The only thing worse than a poorly asked question is a cryptic answer.
I'm sitting here listening to the fan in my laptop run at 4,500 RPM --
trying desperately to keep its Core i7-3520M cool. (It's currently at
81°C, even through top shows it's 90% idle.) AFAICT, the culprit is
the two euphoria.kss processes that are running, one for each display.
The HD4000 "GPU" in this processor seems to run very hot.
The irony is that the two displays have both been switched off (via
DPMS) for several hours. (The above information was gathered via an
ssh connection.) Why in the world is the screen saver still burning up
the GPU when the display has been switched off?
Does anyone know of a way to change this behavior and turn off the
screensaver (at least its graphics) when the display is off?
Ian Pilcher arequipeno(a)gmail.com
Sometimes there's nothing left to do but crash and burn...or die trying.