I'm using SSH to connect to remote server. On the server, I'm running emacs (
emacsclient -c). It servers as my console, text editor and WM. While everything works nice when I'm not dealing with cyryllic, when I'm to work with cyryllic letters, it gets bad.
I have a file, let's call it
x, with "Юра" string in it. If I
cat the file from console(without using Emacs), I get proper output. However, if I open it in Emacs, or
cat it from
ansi-term, I get the following output:
Now that's obviously not something I want. How can I make Emacs display the cyryllic?
locale is the same both under
ansi-term and the terminal Emacs's running in(the one where russina letters are displayed correctly).