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Hi

I have two Linux servers (Red Hat) both are having the LANG=C.
But reading of characters that is not supported by UTF-8, are handled differently by the servers.

What are the environment variables other than LANG, that affects the encoding format in Linux?

Thanks for looking into this.

Ganni
 
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maybe LANGUAGE or LC_ALL.
try

in a shell.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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