Be sure to apply the bash patch, it's a nightmare otherwise. Here's one for bash-2.0.5: http://www.li18nux.org/subgroups/utildev/dli18npatch2.html (http://www.li18nux.org/subgroups/utildev/dli18npatch2.html)
> supported by ASCII. What is ISO-8859-1?
> Is it a subset of ASCII that supports german chars?
ASCII is a subset of ISO 8859-1, which is the most commonly used 8bit extension character set in Europe. But don't think it covers all European languages.
> In other words, we need a new standard, but
> we need to keep it compatable with the
> existing consoles.
Believe it or not, I'm running UTF-8 in my console:
locale -k charmap