Files named in Chinese characters couldn't display properly in Fedora 12
very-cool at rambler.ru
Tue Aug 31 03:54:58 UTC 2010
2010/8/31 Ed Greshko <Ed.Greshko at greshko.com>:
> Hadn't known about that command. Thanks....
> Sometimes the hardest thing is to determine what encoding the file names
> are in to start. :-(
> A tall, dark stranger will have more fun than you. 葛斯克 愛德華 / 台北
For that purpose there's a powerful utility called enca. From enca man page:
If you are lucky enough, the only two things you will ever need to know
will tell you which encoding file FILE uses (without changing it), and
will convert file FILE to your locale native encoding.
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