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Bug#857808: debian-installer: Garbage on terminal with default TERM setting over serial console

Samuel Thibault, on dim. 19 mars 2017 17:25:36 +0100, wrote:
> John Paul Adrian Glaubitz, on mer. 15 mars 2017 12:05:56 +0100, wrote:
> > Basically, it works when booting with TERM_TYPE=linux (no colors)
> > or TERM=ansi (setting TERM=linux produces garbage as well). It
> > does not work when not setting TERM or TERM_TYPE at all or when
> > setting TERM to vt102.
> Well, what terminal are you actually using on the serial port?

Are you actually using a terminal software between the serial output and
your Konsole?  If not, it is not surprising bogus things happen, see the
manual, you can e.g. use screen in between to convert from vt102 to your
Konsole desires.

More precisely, the issue here seems to be with ACS, which is spuriously
getting set (or perhaps rather missing getting cleared) by your terminal


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