I'm using terminator on debian, and its enconding is set to UTF-8. In most cases this isn't a problem since almost everything that's recent has the encoding set to utf-8 aswell.
When I connect to a specific mysql database that has a different encoding and preform a select the result comes out with some � characaters. When updating tables, the results on the other end also are messed up.
Is there any way to connect to the database (or set the shell) so I can see and write in a different encoding? (latin1 in this case)