[CentOS] Question on 7.2 and weird characters
mlm at pixelgate.net
Tue May 24 19:17:56 UTC 2016
On Mon, 23 May 2016, Jerry Geis wrote:
>When I run this command:
>rm: remove regular file â/tmp/jerry.txtâ?
>I get the a with the carrot on top...
>How do I get back to the normal characters ?
Your locale specifies an encoding that your terminal doesn't understand,
i.e., they are out of sync, e.g., LC_CTYPE includes ".UTF-8" but your
terminal expects Latin1 or vice-versa. Change your terminal to match
LC_CTYPE or change LC_CTYPE to match your terminal (perhaps even unset
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