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zhcon - fast CJK console environment for GNU/Linux and BSD
zhcon [OPTIONS]... [FILES]...
Zhcon is a fast Linux console system which supports framebuffer device. It can display Chinese, Japanese and Korean double byte characters. Supported encodings are: GB2312, GBK, BIG5, JIS and KSC. It can also use input methods (table based) from MS pwin98 and UCDOS for MS-DOS. -h, --help Print help and exit -V, --version Print version and exit --utf8 use iconv filter to convert UTF-8 stream from/to system encoding (default=off) --drv=STRING specify video driver (auto, fb, ggi, vga) (default=`auto') If a program name is given as a command line argument, zhcon will run this program on start instead of a shell, and quit when the program exits. For example: zhcon screen will run screen in zhcon insteal of default user shell.
On startup, zhcon first try to load configuration from ~/.zhconrc. If failed, it will use /etc/zhcon.conf by default. The configure file has many options that can be used to control the behavior of zhcon. See the comments in the file for instruction on customizing zhcon.
CTRL_ALT_H: active online help ALT_SPACE: open/close CJK mode CTRL_SPACE: open/close input method ALT_SPACE: show/hide input bar CTRL_,: toggle Full/Half char mode CTRL_.: toggle Chinese symbol CTRL_F1: set encode to GB2312 CTRL_F2: set encode to GBK CTRL_F3: set encode to BIG5 CTRL_F4: set encode to JIS CTRL_F5: set encode to KSCM CTRL_F7: toggle between nativebar and overspot input style CTRL_F9: toggle GB2312/BIG5 auto-detect mode CTRL_F10: menu mode CTRL_ALT_1 - CTRL_ALT_9: switch to input method 1 to 9 CTRL_ALT_0: English mode History mode keys: SHIFT_PAGEUP: scroll up half screen in history SHIFT_PAGEDOWN: scroll down half screen in history SHIFT_ARROWUP: scroll up one line in history SHIFT_ARROWDOWN: scroll down one in history
ejoy <email@example.com> Hu Yong <firstname.lastname@example.org> Rick Lei <email@example.com> This manual page was written by Aron Xu <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian project (and may be used by others).