On 2018-04-01 16:05 +0200, mess-mate wrote:
> howto change the system utf to eu character set ?
If, by "eu", you mean ISO 8859-1 or -15, here is the procedure
that works for me :
and select some appropriate non-UTF-8 locales. When asked
what the default locale should be, select a non-UTF-8 one.
2) In your ~/.profile, ~/.bashrc or whatever is relevant, make
sure that none of LANG, LC_ALL, LC_CTYPE, LC_MESSAGES and
friends name a UTF-8 locale. You may not have to be so
drastic but then you will have to understand the somewhat
counter-intuitive rules of precedence among those variables.
and make some sensible choices. Annoyingly, the scripts or
programs that configure the console (/dev/tty1 .. /dev/tty6)
in Debian set the keyboard to UTF-8 despite your preferences.
The incantation to (temporarily) fix that is
setupcon -k -v
Note that I don't use any fancy desktop environments. I wouldn't
be surprised to learn that those who do must follow different
André Majorel <http://www.teaser.fr/~amajorel/>
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