AS far as I can tell, there is no utf-8 setting anywhere.
The other thing I did was change the value of the TERM environment variable from the shell, and when I set it to vt100 all of the redrawing stopped.
On Fri, Mar 05, 2004 at 12:39:42PM -0500, awesome-dave1@... wrote:
> This is quite interesting. Not sure about ncurses, but one thing that
> drives screen readers crazy is utf-8 formatting. This problem occurred in
> rh8 and up since they implemented it, man pages, ftp clients, everything
> would redraw the screen. If you have an i18n file check for the lang
> variable, ensure it doesn't have a utf-8 in it.
> Question, how did you do your original gentoo install? I'm trying to get
> it on a machine.
> On Fri, 5 Mar 2004 11:07:07 -0600 "William Hubbs" <w.hubbs@...>
> > Hi all,
> > When I access my gentoo linux box remotely, I use the open ssh for
> > windows package from http://lexa.mckenna.edu/sshwindows, which is
> > basically the cygwin ssh client.
> > Ever since I upgraded to the ncurses 5.4 series a few days ago, I
> > have noticed that the screen gets rewritten every time I exit mutt,
> > man, less and lynx to name a few programs. The affect of this is
> > that the whole screen gets re-read by my screen reader.
> > I have been able to isolate this to the cygwin terminfo entry. It
> > seems that something in the capabilities of the cygwin terminal has
> > changed in the newest ncurses that causes this to happen. Can
> > someone assist me further in figuring out what changed and how to
> > change it back?
> > Thanks,
> > William
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