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How do I enable characters like [Æ, Ø, Å] in PuTTY/Debian?

I'm using VIM through PuTTY to work on my development server, but it gets rather difficult when I have to work on files containing characters like those mentioned in the title. Not only does it make ...
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How to find malformed - corrupted - dos - BOMByte Files in Linux

I've several problems maintaining large production servers, in which some developers drop files from Windows environments, sometime with BOM-bytes (We use UTF8, and no need for that), causing lots of ...
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re: UTF-8, PHP and XML Mysql

This is relating to http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1791082/utf-8-php-and-xml-mysql, which I am still trying to get my head around. I Have a couple of separate questions that will hopefully help ...
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Unable to find the right fileformat for Screen's logs in Vim

I see where I have ^M and ^[ at various places. The former seems to be enter, while the latter apparently the end/beginning of the line. I would like to get the purple symbols out such that I can ...
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Unable find the right encoding for a HTML -file in Vim

I see where all contents is in one line. It seems that this is the reason of bad encoding. I can see the characters ^M. How can you get the encoding right in Vim?