And let me say that BEFORE trying to resolve this issue i made a snapshot, so, just in case, to make sure it was not a mixed solution, i returned to my snapshot as it was BEFORE attempting to solve the issue, and again, the local solution (modifying my .zshrc file) was everything i needed. , i tried EVERYTHING from editing the etc/default/locale file and the /etc/enviroment and many other things wise fellas recommended, but nothing ever worked, until i did THAT.Note that US part numbers are used throughout this write up.Most of these caveats also apply to the 7945/7965 (the newer models with backlit color LCDs). An additional set of configs etc have been posted here: Standalone Cisco 7941/7961 without a local PBX - Another As Cisco has not yet documented the XML configuration file format for 79x1 phones, the best source of documentation is on the Asterisk phone cisco 79x1 xml configuration files for SIP page.
So, for the people who had the same problem as me, here is the way you fix this issue: And there you have it. perl: warning: Falling back to the standard locale ("C"). perl: warning: Please check that your locale settings: LANGUAGE = (unset), LC_ALL = (unset), LC_PAPER = "en_US. the 26 letters in the English alphabet are some of these characters).So, if you visit a website in another language it is most likely that it is using a different Locale!