Files named in Chinese characters couldn't display properly in Fedora 12

Ed Greshko Ed.Greshko at
Tue Aug 31 01:02:28 UTC 2010

 On 08/31/2010 08:57 AM, Quan Qiu wrote:
> I installed fedora 12 (English version) on a Dell R300 server, as well
> as SVN and Trac, after I imported files into Linux, all files named in
> Chinese became black squares or question marks when listing them, and
> there were additional strings "invalid encoding" attached after each
> filename. In addition, Chinese font in Firefox looks not pretty, some
> are big, and some are small.
> I installed cjkuni-fonts, cjkunifonts-uming fonts, and also setup
> locale to zh_CN.UTF8, but it didn't get me any luck.
> Could anyone help me with this? I appreciate any response.

I think my questions would be.....

1.  Where did the imported files come from?

2.  Are you certain that the file names are in UTF8 and not, for
example, GB2312?

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