maybe I misunderstood the question, you were already in the Linux environment, but met the UTF8 encoding issue in the debug terminal.
I only have this problem with the MTB Integrated terminal.
I should also clarify that I can modify it manually.
My specific question. Is there a way to set the UTF8 encoding as "default" in the terminal?
I am an Arch Linux user
Thanks for reply
I have checked with the locale command, it shows we already set all the options to utf8.
if you want to do the encode type switch automatically when opening a file with the other encoding type,
I think it should be done manually for the specific file.
I have installed the Linux version on Ubuntu system, I found if I create a local Terminal , it acts with UTF8, and the other Terminal with the ISO-8859-1 encoding type.
here are the pics, my version is modus 3.0:
Dude your screenshots are not from ModusToolbox's integrated terminal...
I think you are not understanding my point.
Show me in the ModusToolbox IDE settings where I can "set the built-in terminal with UTF8 default encoding"
I'm using other Eclipse based IDES like STM32CUBEIDE with the same ArchLinux environment and I haven't had this problem.
I have MTB version 3 installed too