Encoding issues

Sebastian Kemper sebastian_ml at gmx.net
Thu Dec 20 19:06:10 GMT 2007


you could check all the different places for encoding settings. For
instance your kernel configurations:

grep -vh '^#' /usr/src/linux/.config | grep -v '^$' | grep -i nls

Also there are samba, nfs (or whatever you are using to share),
/etc/fstab (e.g. iocharset) and a mounting daemon like HAL (in case
you're using that). And what does 'locale' tell you? What's the system

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