Re: Terminal issues in fresh install
Thomas Dickey wrote:
Default xterm doesn't but if you want xterm with utf-8, that's another
xterm install option.
All you have to do is ensure you have en-USutf-8 installed as a locales
option, and xterm utf-8 will pick it up.
Daniel Burrows <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
IIRC there was a situation a few years ago where you had to install a
Unicode-enabled xterm, pass "-u", or both. Sarge dates to 2005; I'm sure
that there were X terminals in 2005 that could handle UTF-8, but I don't
know if the default xterm did.
xterm's supported UTF-8 since 1999:
(likewise, it's been possible to change the encoding)
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