Oops - Russian Font when using colors
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From: "Mickey" <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com Date: Fri, 28 Feb 2003 06:35:27 +0100
Oops - sorry wrong keystroke in previous post
Just installed the Secure Shell client for Workstations on a
Win98SE box and connected to my SmootWall router (via LAN.
Logged in as root and immediatelly noticed that the prompt (that is
displayed in color) is visualized with an cyrillic/russian (or such)
typeface. Tried a "ls -al /bin" and in that listing al the colored parts
are also 'russian' ... cool ... but not very usefull ;-(
Logging in on the console or through the SmootWall build-in Java-
based SSH (in a browser) all is fine.
Tried fiddeling with settings (allowing ANSI) and looked on the
website for help (all I could find was a tip to reinstall the font when
in trouble - which I gave a go to no avail).
Just checking here now to see if it's a known problem someone
can quickly tell me about (or point my browser in the right direction)
Is there a backlog/archive for this list?
Thanx in advance for any answer