[CentOS] Locales and filenames

Niki Kovacs contact at kikinovak.net
Tue Oct 27 15:51:08 UTC 2009


Alfred von Campe a écrit :
> On Oct 27, 2009, at 9:45, Niki Kovacs wrote:
> 
>> The 'file' command displays encoding information. If you have to  
>> change
>> the encoding, use 'recode'. Example :
> 
> Thanks for the quick response, Niki, but I don't need to change the  
> encoding (at least I don't think I do).  I just want ls to show me  
> the non-ASCII characters in its output and cat to display the  
> characters properly in my xterm or gnome-terminal.  Currently, both  
> of these commands display them as "?".  My current test case has a  
> file which contains a "ç" (0xE7, c with cedilla) in its filename, and  
> an "í" (0xED, i acute) inside the file.

[kikinovak at babasse:~] $ touch "Fichier encodé en français"
[kikinovak at babasse:~] $ touch "Wie heißt diese Datei denn bloß äh"
[kikinovak at babasse:~] $ ls F* W*
Fichier encodé en français  Wie heißt diese Datei denn bloß äh

What's your current system-wide locale ?

[kikinovak at babasse:~] $ echo $LANG
fr_FR.UTF-8

Cheers,

Niki


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