UK Currency Symbol in 7.2 Console - A Question actually about
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Fri May 29 07:12:09 UTC 2009
I use a Macintosh as client host, but this could be any computer as
long as you have a working keyboard configured.
My shell is bash (latest port version).
In my .bashrc I have included the following:
# Display quoted characters
stty cs8 -istrip -parenb
bind 'set convert-meta off'
bind 'set meta-flag on'
bind 'set output-meta on'
Furthermore I have configured emacs (my favorite editor) to also
handle UTF8 character and encoding
In my .emacs:
This allows me to have all my characters encoded in UTF-8.
One more interesting thing is the prompt (more fancy than really
case "$TERM" in
PS1="\[\033[01;33;33m\]\h \w --> \[\033[00m\]"
PS1="\[\033[01;36;36m\]\h \t \w screen $ \[\033[00m\]"
And the history search, still in .bashrc:
Le 29 mai 09 à 08:54, Graham Bentley a écrit :
> Hello All,
> Im still struggling with this one and have tried all I could find
> by Googling lists and forums. @ and " keys are fine as are
> every other key apart from £ symbol. Can anyone suggest
> ways to track this down. At 'Login:' I can actually get £ but
> after loging I get a beep? I have tried various fonts and maps
> to no avail.
> Any suggestions / pointers, even an RT[URL]FM or useful
> flame appreciated.
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