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Old 28th February 2009
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Default VT + UTF-8?


I recently installed, OpenBSD 4.4 on my Desktop PC (you probably might remember me. I was using FreeBSD and I was active forum user until forums.freebsd.org were opened)

I'm very impressed with OpenBSD, and I might switch to it permanently.....

But there is 1 important issue i must solve.

I can't type/read non-ASCII characters in virtual unicode terminal (even in uxterm)

I have tried setting locales, changing input language... no results
I can type native etc characters in GUI, but not in terminals....

does anyone know how to fix this....
It is very important to me, because i'm terminal addicted

This is on bought my real PC and VirtualPC

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