> Backspace deletes character-wise, as long as you have LANG set
> correctly. Check LANG and the LC_* environment variables.
OK, you're right:
$ echo $LANG
# show client_encoding ;
But then I wonder why the client encoding is set to UTF-8 ? I did not
fiddle at all with this AFAIK, and I guess psql is the one setting
OTOH, I'm accessing the DB box via ssh, and my local box has:
cnagy> echo $LANG
So it might be some strange interaction between my local locale, the
server's locale and ssh...
BTW, I tried if the same problem happens on the server command line (via
ssh), and it does (while, for completeness, it works fine on my local
-sh: date: command not found
this here is the result of 'ü + backspace'
So I guess this is not postgres related, and therefore off topic for
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