Bill Moseley wrote:
>You might play with your LANG environment variable. Google will find
>lots of reports about Redhat users and UTF-8 encoding problems. I have
>LANG=en_US on my machine.
I encountered a similar problem recently using RedHat 8 and wget. You
may need to check your /etc/sysconfig/i18n file and change
'LANG="en_US.UTF-8"' to just 'LANG="en_US"', and then reboot.
Apparently some UTF-8 problems in RedHat can't be fixed by just changing
the environment variable.
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Received on Wed Jun 23 17:59:00 2004