This question pertains to my Ubuntu 18 system, as follows ...
% uname -a
Linux myhost.name.net 4.15.0-45-generic #48-Ubuntu SMP Tue Jan 29 16:28:13 UTC 2019 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
I don't know how long the following has been going on in the midst of my regular system upgrades, but I have now noticed that all my terminal windows are writing
UTF-8 characters. I want all terminal windows to use
us.ascii (or possibly
iso-8859-1). I can't find anywhere where this is set.
Furthermore, all keyboard input seems to be coming in as
UTF-8, and I also want it to be
By default, the
LANG variable is set to
en_US.UTF-8 in all shells that run in my terminal windows, but I am not knowingly setting it that way within any config files.
This occurs under
urxvt, and none of these programs are configured to utilize
UTF-8, that I know of.
XFCE4, if that makes any difference. I can't find any settings for this in the
XFCE4 settings, either.
Can anyone suggest a way to reset my system so that all terminal windows always display
iso-8859-1, and all keyboard input is also
Thank you very much.