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[Solved] Extended ASCII in Xfce Terminal

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https://bbs.archlinux.org – thisoldman: Thanks, that solved it! I did have the line enabled in rc.conf, but had typed it as en_US.utf8 instead of en_US.UTF-8. A frustrating inconsistency... locales.gen lists it as en_US.UTF-8 (which I assume is why it should be listed that way in rc.conf), but when I run locale -a, it lists it as en_US.utf8. In any case, it appears to be working, now. Thank you so much! beretta https://bbs.archlinux.org/profile.php?id=16099 2012-04-02T00:40:21Z (HowTos)