How to Convert Files to UTF-8 Encoding in Linux

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7 Responses

  1. Mahdi says:

    I do not know why we must follow many step, type commands, to do a simple convert in Linux? because in windows only default notepad can change file encoding easily. I can say i do more and more time in Linux to do simple works that i do in windows.

    So i do and read all solution in the INTERNET (Thanks Google!)
    but the best and easily solution for this problem answered in ask Ubuntu forum :

    It using the Microsoft Visual Studio Code text editor to fix a simple file encoding

  2. Alejandro says:

    Great! Thank you very much

  3. Linards says:

    This was a great help in converting a file originally saved with notepad using Baltic symbols (turns out it was encoded with ISO8859-13). Thank you for the valuable information!

  4. Claudio Pereira says:

    Thanks for sharing, it was useful for me.

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