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Re: 中文输入的问题 (about chinese input)

> > On Thu, Apr 26, 2001 at 11:28:05AM +0800, yungyuc@yungyuc.dhs.org wrote:
> No, I use ssh2. I know the discussion about the telnet issue, but it seems
> not my case :( I am using a windows as client, debian unstable as server.
> And I have not get my X configured after upgrade, so I can only connect
> the net to use Chinese.
> I use tcsh-i18n_6.10 as login shell and I find out that if I enter bash
> after login, I am able to type big5 characters! But if I change my login
> shell to bash 2.05, it doesn't work, and even I enter tcsh under bash
> doesn't
> work neither. I have tried to downgrade my tcsh back to tcsh-i18n_6.09, it
> doesn't help.
> I think maybe something goes wrong when I apt-get dist-upgrade, because
> there
> are a lot of many error occured when I was upgrading, and I contineously
> retry to upgrade all the packages. I am not sure if there are some
> error message ignored by me...
> Thanks for your opinion anyway. :)

Now I have a work around about this problem....
I just setenv LC_CTYPE en_US, then I can type Big5 character in tcsh. But it
is really strange to me....

| This message was re-posted from debian-chinese-big5@lists.debian.org
| and converted from big5 to gb2312 by an automatic gateway.

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