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answered Set Gnome terminal's default charset to utf8
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comment gnome-terminal unicode chars not showing - Locale is set to en_US.utf8
Yeah. gnome-terminal still insits that ANSIX... is the current locale setting. I'll update the answer if I figure out how to change the default, because it still goes back to that when a new terminal window is opened. Thanks for your help with trying to figure this out.
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Sorry i haven't responded at all today. It does indeed seem to be a network issue. It's fine elsewhere, but when I'm at home, nothing. Sadly, our building provides the internet, and they're a pretty crappy provider -- the speed is great, but the service not so much. So I'll have to wrestle with them to get them to fix it. Though I'm not sure what I should ask them for.
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