When you do an SSH to a certain server and execute some command in terminal, you may notice a warning that said
"warning: setlocale: LC_CTYPE: cannot change locale (UTF-8)". This caused a few problems when running some perl or installation scripts that would complain about the locale variables not being set. This warning occurs when I am trying to do a remote command to my Ubuntu server through an SSH from my Mac OS X 10.8.4 Mountain Lion computer.
To fix this error, I just edit my .profile file on my home directory (on remote server) and add or uncomment the following line:
Some said that you may add on
.bash_profile file rather than
.profile file. In my case, I don’t have
.bash_profile on my home directory on remote server. Instead of using
.bash_profile file, I put the above line on