Worked fine in F17. Font set to liberation mono, (though same effect with any other font I've tried).
Characters are rendered as a series of boxes.
As an example: When I run printf '\xe2\x99\xaa\n';
Instead of "♪" I see "âª"
Odd. This is Xfce's "Terminal" app right?
Whats in /etc/locale.conf ?
Do any other terminals work?
Yes. Xfce's. Though gnome-terminal does the same.
hmm. My 17 box had LANG=en_US.UTF-8 there.
I'll try changing that.
That fixed it.
Now I wonder how it got screwed up. This was a fresh install from an rsync'd beta tree.
I did a yum update from 17->18 on another box and this didn't happen. Very weird.
Feel free to close it out if there are no other reports of it happening.
Might be an anaconda bug on new installs... but I guess we can reopen if more folks see it.