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You can also select which locale to use when you log in locally, Ù…ÙˆØª ØªÙØ¬ÙŠØ± Ø¨ÙˆØ³ Ù†ÙŠÙƒØ·, but this may cause trouble when you use a different operating system. Your application uses latin1 characters, but your terminal or editor tries to display them as UTF Your application uses UTF-8, but they are displayed as latin1.
When logging in remotely with SSHyou can normally configure your local à¤…à¤•à¥‡à¤²à¥€à¤²à¤¡à¥€à¤•à¥€ to be forwarded. UTF-8 are available on Solaris, and you can set them manually, but they won't be used by default.
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If your application is locale aware most are, but not some legacy CSC applicationsthen you can select the locale by.