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    Backspace doesn't remove utf-8 multibyte characters on console

    In FreeBSD 12.1 backspace in terminal only deletes one byte of multibyte character. For example: # cat > /tmp/test tы<backspace>t # cat /tmp/test t�t # hexdump -C /tmp/test 74 d1 74 0a Where 'ы' is a russian letter (D18B in hexadecimal form). You may see that only second byte of multibyte...
  2. fnoyanisi

    Guake does not display UTF-8

    Hi there, I have x11/guake installed but UTF-8 characters are not properly displayed in the terminal. More specifically, the characters in the editors/vim airline extension appear as question marks. Similar problem exists for the Tagbar extension of editors/vim as well. I have tested these...
  3. ucsdboy

    locale and LC_ALL

    I recently followed a popular guide to set my system's locale settings to UTF-8. I've noticed that following the change, all of the output from locale is UTF-8, except for LC_ALL: me@system:~ % locale LANG=en_US.UTF-8 LC_CTYPE="en_US.UTF-8" LC_COLLATE="en_US.UTF-8" LC_TIME="en_US.UTF-8"...
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    Japanese characters in filenames

    In my attempt to setup a file server I have encountered another problem: All files that contain Japanese characters in their name are displayed as xxxxx.odt, xxxxx.doc, xxxxxx.pdf etc. I am not using X11 but it should be possible for the console to properly display the filenames. What can be...
  5. uzsolt

    x11/xvt unicode support?

    I want to try x11/xvt but as I see it doesn't support utf8. I can't input accented (hungarian) chars and can't see correctly filenames (output of ls) which contains accented characters. Did I something wrong or x11/xvt really doesn't support utf8? I can't find any relevant information about it.
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