unicode_stop(1) — Linux manual page


UNICODE_STOP(1)          General Commands Manual         UNICODE_STOP(1)

NAME         top

       unicode_stop - revert keyboard and console from unicode mode

SYNOPSIS         top


DESCRIPTION         top

       The unicode_stop command will more-or-less undo the effect of
       unicode_start.  It puts the keyboard in ASCII (XLATE) mode, and
       clears the console UTF-8 mode.

SEE ALSO         top

       kbd_mode(1), unicode_start(1), utf-8(7), setfont(8)

COLOPHON         top

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kbd                            3 Feb 2001                UNICODE_STOP(1)

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