El día Friday, October 31, 2008 a las 06:31:02PM +0200, Yavuz Maslak escribió:

> Hello 
> I use Freebsd7.0.
> I am not able to use turkish char while I edit a file with vi editor.
> How can I correct that ? 


You could use a 'xterm' with UTF-8 support, a correct LANG environment,
for example LANG=es_ES.UTF-8, and the editor 'vim' (from the
ports); to enter UTF-8 chars which are not on your keyboard you could
use, for example, KDE's application KCharSelect



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