[CentOS] Question on 7.2 and weird characters

Tue May 24 14:32:30 UTC 2016
Jim Perrin <jperrin at centos.org>

On 05/23/2016 02:09 PM, Jerry Geis wrote:
> When I run this command:
> rm /tmp/jerry.txt
> 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 ?
> echo $TERM
> linux

This may also be related to your terminal and supported language sets.
You may be using unicode UTF-8, where your terminal (I'm assuming you've
ssh'd in with putty or something) is only configured for latin-1 or

"echo $LANG" and set your terminal emulator (like putty) appropriately.

Jim Perrin
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