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Old 10-18-2005, 12:23 PM   #1
Yalla-One
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International characters in tcsh on Slack 10.2


All,

Happily got Slackware 10.2 running on a laptop with Norwegian keyboard with special characters on the keyboard.

These buttons work perfectly in all applications except in tcsh, where pressing them causes tcsh to "hang" for a couple of seconds before printing \ and the 3digit code for it.

In zsh this is not a problem, and both the keys and the display of the Norwegian characters work perfectly in all other applications than tcsh (and bash - zsh is no problem though).

As Google is my friend, I found that by adding

setenv LANG no_NO
setenv LC_TYPE no_NO

to the .cshrc I now get printed on the screen when I press the keys, but to my massive frustration it has now translated tcsh into Norwegian, which I absolutely hate. (I don't even speak it well).

So - question is: How do I tell tcsh to enable/accept the keys *without* translating everything into gibberish (read:Norwegian)

Thanks!

-Y1
 
Old 10-18-2005, 03:30 PM   #2
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If you set the enviroment variable LANG to something and then run "locale" you will see that every variable gets this value.
Then you can set any LC_ variable to a specific value.

So if i am not wrong, what you want is the following:

setenv LANG something (e.g en_US)
setenv LC_CTYPE no_NO
 
Old 10-18-2005, 03:32 PM   #3
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Spot on!

Now why didn't I think of this myself

Thanks!

-Y1
 
  


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