Re: Consolechars Question
On Tue, Apr 07, 2009 at 08:57:36AM -0400, Thomas H. George wrote:
> > Start mutt like so:
> > chrisb@box:~$ LANG=C mutt
> > Once started, type !
> > then when you see "Shell command:" type:
> > echo $LANG
> > it should display:
> > C
> Ah-ha! The response to echo $LANG is en_US.UTF-8 both before and after
Weird, indeed!, considering you should have started mutt like so:
chrisb@box:~$ LANG=C mutt
> I run consolechars -d. But the problem is not just a mutt problem. For
> example, the response to sensors is
I still wonder why you run "consolechars -d" as that OVERRIDES any
changes you make.
Obviously, starting mutt in that way only affects mutt.
Try starting mutt without the .muttrc file and try the above again.
> Since the problem is not very serious and easily corrected by the
> consolechars -d command I'll just live with it for now. It is a
> curiosity and if I ever find out the cause I'll be sure to let you know.
So mutt DOES display correctly when you run "consolechars -d"?
There is something weird with your setup.
Have a look at http://lists.debian.org/debian-user/2008/01/msg00236.html
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