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Re: Hungarian accents with SSH
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: Hungarian accents with SSH
- From: naddy_(_at_)_mips_(_dot_)_inka_(_dot_)_de (Christian Weisgerber)
- Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2000 12:37:57 +0000 (UTC)
- Newsgroups: list.openbsd.misc
Attila Nagy <bra_(_at_)_fsn_(_dot_)_hu> wrote:
> Like when I enter é (é) it gives me i (for example in joe) and so
This is reasonably straightforward. Something chops off the top bit.
'é' = 0xE9; 'i' = 0x69; 0xE9 & 0x7F = 0x69.
I'd start out by looking at the tty settings, stty(1).
> It seems to me that Linux recognizes the character codes received from
> that windows machine and automagically translates between them.
No, you're thinking much too complicated.
>From your description, the top bit is stolen for PUTTY->OpenBSD
logins, but not for PUTTY->Linux logins.
Christian "naddy" Weisgerber naddy_(_at_)_mips_(_dot_)_inka_(_dot_)_de
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