jeff at bubble.org
Sat Nov 18 21:55:30 UTC 2006
I discovered that if you put the whole string of "unset" commands in the
.bashrc you partially break "man" with it complaining about POSIX something.
Andre Costa wrote:
> Hi Tom,
> On Thu, 16 Nov 2006 18:01:23 -0500
> Tom Horsley <tomhorsley at adelphia.net> wrote:
>> On Thu, 16 Nov 2006 10:49:16 -0500 (EST)
>> "Jeffrey Ross" <jeff at bubble.org> wrote:
>>> How can I adjust the system so that
>>> I get normal printed charactors?
>> You can eradicate the scourge of UTF-8 by sticking this in
>> your .bashrc (assuming you use bash):
>> # Redhat is fooling themselves if they think UTF8 actually functions
>> # well all the time (or even any of the time)...
>> unset LANG
>> unset LC_ADDRESS
>> unset LC_CTYPE
>> unset LC_COLLATE
>> unset LC_IDENTIFICATION
>> unset LC_MEASUREMENT
>> unset LC_MESSAGES
>> unset LC_MONETARY
>> unset LC_NAME
>> unset LC_NUMERIC
>> unset LC_PAPER
>> unset LC_TELEPHONE
>> unset LC_TIME
>> unset LC_ALL
>> export LC_ALL
>> Its in my .bashrc and things work ever so much better without
>> UTF-8 :-).
> I'm not a big fan of UTF-8 either =) In my case, I simply created a
> ~/.i18n file with this:
> (or whatever charset you use)
> Fedora will use this instead of system default (/etc/sysconfig/i18n) if
> it exists.
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