Bug#292330: use UTF-8 by default
martin f krafft dixit:
>Why en_US? Why not en_GB?
Because how many applications come with en_US data files and how
many speak proper English? I know it's sad, but it happens to be
>> If this one isn't installed, many apps break when I ssh from an OS that
>> uses exclusively UTF-8 to a Debian box.
>etch uses UTF-8 by default. And you can always dpkg-reconfigure.
Funnily I cannot if I'm not root. And I've seen etch boxen where
en_US.UTF-8 was not installed.
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