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As mentioned by other users, tell the shell which encoding you're using with export LANG=en_US.UTF-8 Put this in .bashrc and gnome-terminal should pick it up on the next login. Set the encoding for gnome-terminal on the fly: Menubar > Terminal > Set Character Encoding Set default encoding permanently: gconf-editor > Apps > gnome-terminal > Profiles > ...



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