Tuesday, August 5, 2014
How To Reset A Misbehaving Terminal In Ubuntu Or Linux Mint
If you've felt that your bash terminal is misbehaving—showing junk characters for the prompt and displaying non-ascii characters for whatever you type—the following commands should put things back on track.
Type the command shown below at the terminal and press Enter:
If that does not fix the issue, then try the following:
# stty sane
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