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Startup your putty and go to '''Translations''' and from there select UTF-8. If you have already connected to server, you can go into settings also and change Translation the same way.
 
Startup your putty and go to '''Translations''' and from there select UTF-8. If you have already connected to server, you can go into settings also and change Translation the same way.
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==Making UTF-8 Default translation==
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Before you connect to server, change translation to UTF-8 and save as "Default" connection, choosing that from the list on initial page and clicking save.

Latest revision as of 08:07, 1 September 2011

Startup your putty and go to Translations and from there select UTF-8. If you have already connected to server, you can go into settings also and change Translation the same way.

Making UTF-8 Default translation

Before you connect to server, change translation to UTF-8 and save as "Default" connection, choosing that from the list on initial page and clicking save.