» Channel:Encoding (manual trackback)
Irssi Set up environment encoding Ensure that your terminal and shell use an encoding that supports Japanese characters. Use echo $LANG in a terminal to check. Any UTF-8 locale, such as en_US.UTF-8 works. Also, if you use Irssi in GNU Screen and/or...
» PuTTY: default to UTF-8 (manual trackback)
There are quite a few posts on how setting the “Window > Translation > Received Charset” of PuTTY to UTF-8 helps when connecting to current UTF-8 base Linux systems. I’ll just add this snippet of code, which can be used as putty_utf8.reg to fix this...
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