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#
# This files tells the console-tools package:
#
# - whether to load a specific font and boot (and maybe a screen-font map,
# but you should avoid that if possible).
# - whether to setup an Application-Charset Map other than the default CP437.
# - whether to start "vcstime" to have time on all text VC'S.
#
# You can also specify per-VC settings by suffixing variable names as in
# the examples below. This only works on framebuffer devices.
#
# CAVEATS:
#
# - When using the new framebuffer devices, the "global setting" for a font
# only affects the current console (ie., at boot-time, the first one)
# - ACM setting involves 2 steps (maybe loading a user ACM, and activating
# it on a given charset slot - see charset(1) for details), the 1st of which
# affects the entire system, but the 2nd of which only affects the current
# VC (ie., at boot-time, the first one). So that if you want to use the same
# ACM on all VCs, you have to specify "APP_CHARSET_MAP_vc<N>=user" for all
# relevant values of <N>.
#
# Example:
#
#SCREEN_FONT=iso01.f16
#SCREEN_FONT_vc2=LatArCyrHeb-16
#
#APP_CHARSET_MAP=iso05
#APP_CHARSET_MAP_vc2=user
#
# Set the following - more euro-friendly default than kernel font.
# SCREEN_FONT=latcyrheb-sun16.psf
#DO_VCSTIME=yes
#
# Forget this one unless you _know_ it is necessary for your font:
#SCREEN_FONT_MAP=iso01
# **** screen saver/DPMS settings: all VCs ****
# These settings are commented by default to avoid the chance of damage to
# very old monitors that don't support DPMS signalling.
# screen blanking timeout. monitor remains on, but the screen is cleared to
# range: 0-60 min (0==never) kernels I've looked at default to 10 minutes.
# (see linux/drivers/char/console.c)
BLANK_TIME=30
# blanking method (VESA DPMS mode to use after BLANK_TIME, before powerdown):
# on: the default, no DPMS signalling. near instant powerup, no power saving
# vsync: DPMS Standby mode. nearly instant recovery, uses 110/120W (17" screen)
# hsync: DPMS Suspend mode. typically 3s recovery, uses 15/120W (17" screen)
# powerdown,off: DPMS Off mode, typ. 10s recovery, uses 5/120W (17" screen)
# Those values are for my 17" Mag, but some monitors do suspend the same as
# standby. xset dpms force {off|standby|suspend|on} is useful for this, if X
# supports DPMS on your video card. Set X's DPMS screensaver with xset dpms
# or use option power_saver in XF86Config
#
# DPMS set by default to on, because hsync can cause problems on certain
# hardware, such as Armada E500 laptops
BLANK_DPMS=off
# Powerdown time. The console will go to DPMS Off mode POWERDOWN_TIME
# minutes _after_ blanking. (POWERDOWN_TIME + BLANK_TIME after the last input)
POWERDOWN_TIME=30
# rate and delay can get only specific values, consult kbdrate(1) for help
#KEYBOARD_RATE="30"
#KEYBOARD_DELAY="250"
# Turn on numlock by default
#LEDS=+num
APP_CHARSET_MAP=iso15
APP_CHARSET_MAP_vc1=iso15
APP_CHARSET_MAP_vc2=iso15
APP_CHARSET_MAP_vc3=iso15
APP_CHARSET_MAP_vc4=iso15
APP_CHARSET_MAP_vc5=iso15
APP_CHARSET_MAP_vc6=iso15
SCREEN_FONT=lat0-sun16