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I don't think the OpenBSD console supports fonts for multibyte encodings. In principle it might be possible to support them in relation to the recent drm(4) code, but I don't think anybody is working on that. You might want to ask on an OpenBSD list for an authoritative answer.


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First, as mentioned in the comment by Robert, your snippet isn't valid. At a minimum you need either a semicolon or new line before }. The print statements are probably not correct either. However there's enough here to guess what is going on, so I'll explain that. When you run ansi-term, it invokes a shell with the environment variable $INSIDE_EMACS ...


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Perhaps there could be a matter of the GTK configuration on the machine where Emacs is running? Someone at the Qt Centre forums has discovered what appears to present a resolution for a similar warning from the GdkPixbuf lib, when it's linked with the Qt widget toolkit [Qt Centre] The article would seem to recommend to run, as the root user on the machine ...


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My guess is that you don't have the PNG's for those icons installed on your FreeBSD system. Specifically, the ones I have in my FreeBSD 10 system (which works fine with ssh -X) are: /usr/local/share/icons/gnome/24x24/actions/document-new.png /usr/local/share/icons/gnome/24x24/actions/document-open.png ...


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I loath the GUI. Try this: Download the latest tar: http://mirror.sdunix.com/gnu/emacs/ ## extract it *24.5 is the current. $ tar -xvf emacs-24.5.tar.xz ## get emacs dep libs. $ sudo apt-get build-dep emacs24 ## mv to extracted dir. $ ./configure --with-x=no ## build. $ make ## mv binaries system wide. $ make install



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