Input/output encoding messed up when using invalid LC_TIME (via ssh)
When using ssh to connect from a Lucid box to an Oneiric machine and then starting byobu I've noticed that sending/receiving of utf8 input is messed up. Typing multiple "ä" characters (on a german keyboard) produces: "ä � � � � � �"
I am using the "en_US.UTF-8" locale in general, but have changed LC_TIME recently.
However, de_DE.UTF-8 is not installed on the Oneiric machine (where I run byobu after ssh'ing into).
WORKAROUND: unsetting LC_TIME before starting byobu.
I could imagine that it is related to byobu's displaying of the current time, where a wrong LC_TIME setting might interfere.
This is with byobu 4.32-0ubuntu1 (I am just upgrading), but wanted to file this bug report already.
|Dustin Kirkland (kirkland) wrote : Re: [Bug 848704] [NEW] Input/output encoding messed up when using invalid LC_TIME (via ssh)||#2|
|Changed in byobu (Ubuntu):|
|status:||New → Incomplete|