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I am trying to use the st terminal, but when connecting via ssh toafter starting tmux (or screen) in a remote serverssh session, the text becomes all garbled. Exiting tmux/screen makes text normal again.

Now, I have found that this is due to the alternate character set becoming active, and echoing ^N fixes things. In the shell.

Inside tmux, though, apparently the alternate character set remains active.

Since tmux uses a pseudo-terminal for itself, I tried echoing ^N to this particular device, hoping this would reset the character set for tmux too, but it didn't work.

Any idea how to reset the character set for tmux itself?

I am trying to use the st terminal, but when connecting via ssh to a remote server, the text becomes all garbled.

Now, I have found that this is due to the alternate character set becoming active, and echoing ^N fixes things. In the shell.

Inside tmux, though, apparently the alternate character set remains active.

Since tmux uses a pseudo-terminal for itself, I tried echoing ^N to this particular device, hoping this would reset the character set for tmux too, but it didn't work.

Any idea how to reset the character set for tmux itself?

I am trying to use the st terminal, but after starting tmux (or screen) in a remote ssh session, the text becomes all garbled. Exiting tmux/screen makes text normal again.

Now, I have found that this is due to the alternate character set becoming active, and echoing ^N fixes things. In the shell.

Inside tmux, though, apparently the alternate character set remains active.

Since tmux uses a pseudo-terminal for itself, I tried echoing ^N to this particular device, hoping this would reset the character set for tmux too, but it didn't work.

Any idea how to reset the character set for tmux itself?

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I am trying to use the st terminal, but when connecting via ssh to a remote server, the text becomes all garbled.

Now, I have found that this is due to the alternate character set becoming active, and echoing ^N fixes things. In the shell.

Inside tmux, though, apparently the alternate character set remains active.

Since tmux uses up a pseudo-terminal for itself, I tried echoing ^N to this particular device, hoping this would reset the character set for tmux too, but it didn't work.

Any idea how to reset the character set for tmux itself?

I am trying to use the st terminal, but when connecting via ssh to a remote server, the text becomes all garbled.

Now, I have found that this is due to the alternate character set becoming active, and echoing ^N fixes things. In the shell.

Inside tmux, though, apparently the alternate character set remains active.

Since tmux uses up a pseudo-terminal for itself, I tried echoing ^N to this particular device, hoping this would reset the character set for tmux too, but it didn't work.

Any idea how reset the character set for tmux itself?

I am trying to use the st terminal, but when connecting via ssh to a remote server, the text becomes all garbled.

Now, I have found that this is due to the alternate character set becoming active, and echoing ^N fixes things. In the shell.

Inside tmux, though, apparently the alternate character set remains active.

Since tmux uses a pseudo-terminal for itself, I tried echoing ^N to this particular device, hoping this would reset the character set for tmux too, but it didn't work.

Any idea how to reset the character set for tmux itself?

2 My last question was suggesting a specific answer, which might be not the right direction to solve the problem at all.
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I am trying to use the st terminal, but when connecting via ssh to a remote server, the text becomes all garbled.

Now, I have found that this is due to the alternate character set becoming active, and echoing ^N fixes things. In the shell.

Inside tmux, though, apparently the alternate character set remains active.

Since tmux uses up a pseudo-terminal for itself, I tried echoing ^N to this particular device, hoping this would reset the character set for tmux too, but it didn't work.

Any idea how to send ^N toreset the character set for tmux itself?

I am trying to use the st terminal, but when connecting via ssh to a remote server, the text becomes all garbled.

Now, I have found that this is due to the alternate character set becoming active, and echoing ^N fixes things. In the shell.

Inside tmux, though, apparently the alternate character set remains active.

Since tmux uses up a pseudo-terminal for itself, I tried echoing ^N to this particular device, hoping this would reset the character set for tmux too, but it didn't work.

Any idea how to send ^N to tmux itself?

I am trying to use the st terminal, but when connecting via ssh to a remote server, the text becomes all garbled.

Now, I have found that this is due to the alternate character set becoming active, and echoing ^N fixes things. In the shell.

Inside tmux, though, apparently the alternate character set remains active.

Since tmux uses up a pseudo-terminal for itself, I tried echoing ^N to this particular device, hoping this would reset the character set for tmux too, but it didn't work.

Any idea how reset the character set for tmux itself?

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