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I found the solution. In fact, it's because I overrode the PATH in the /etc/environment.
I keep my PuTTY sessions alive by monitoring the cron logs tail -f /var/log/cron I want the PuTTY session alive because I'm proxying through socks.
The i-rocks IK6 Crystal USB Keyboard has, what they call, a Windows and application keys disabled function. The function is turned on and off using [Fn][F11]. There is even a small Windows icon on the F11 key.
You just enter the € symbol in the same way into the TTY depending on your keyboard layout as you would do in a GUI. The TTY is not capable of displaying non-ASCII characters, so it prints a ∎-like symbol instead. The character is properly recognized though. I tried this out by running the following command in a TTY: echo "€" > eurotest.txt ...
sudo apt-get install --reinstall ubuntu-desktop [ running 15.10 64 bit ] fixed a firefox hanging and dconf problems in 10 min all ok after restart only desktop resolution needed adjusting this is a handy tool i think it took about 460MB of download during the process many thanks launchpad this was painless
Ctrl+Alt+F7 did not work for me, here are the alternatives: For those who have a Fn button, try Ctrl+Alt+Fn+F7 if all fails, try the command: chvt 7
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