UTF8 now available


Alexander Polakov has made it possible to use UTF8 as the default system encoding, which makes non-ASCII characters viewable everywhere.  It makes a full buildworld/buildkernel process necessary.  He also did it without making /bin and /sbin dynamic, which is good news for anyone who might happen to lose /usr.

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