The file is here
It views just fine in Notepad but Centos complains about the following
"history.csv" may be a binary file. See it anyway?
If I choose yes the contents are not properly displayed
What are you trying to do in Centos that is complaining? Just looking at the file, the only thing that stands out to me is the UTF-16 Byte Order Mark. I'd guess that whatever is opening the file is not dealing w/ the character set correctly and instead thinks it is a binary format.
I have come to this conclusion by doing:
In the shell, when I cat the file I get
Then I looked at the hex values of the unknown characters (assuming that shows above) and saw:
Looking at the UTF-16 entry on wikipedia, It says that is the Byte order mark, showing the endienness.
So it was a very long path to get to "don't know...maybe it's not dealing with the character set" :)