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Ubuntu weird characters in PuTTY

Jerry Feldman wrote:
> Check your Putty configuration under Window/Translation. It is probable
> that Ubuntu is using UTF-8 and Mandrake is using ISO 8859 or some other
> locale setting.

Aha!  Change the PuTTY settings, instead of changing the OS settings.  
At first blush, that appears to work.

Thank you!


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