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

Hiisi very-cool at
Tue Aug 31 05:32:58 UTC 2010

2010/8/31 Ed Greshko <Ed.Greshko at>:
>>> Sometimes the hardest thing is to determine what encoding the file names
>>> are in to start.  :-(
> Well...the man page says "enca -- detect and convert encoding of text
> files" and we are talking about file names not the contents of the
> file.  I think the problem with detection of the encoding of the file
> name...and even a text tile contents is that if the number of characters
> is small (i.e. small sample size) the detection is prone to error.
> --
> If you're careful enough, nothing bad or good will ever happen to you.
> 葛斯克 愛德華 / 台北市八德路四段

Yes, I know. And enconv can be used exactly the same way that iconv
used in the proposed script. But you don't have to guess the encoding.
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