[CentOS] Extended characters not working on CentOS

D Steward dsteward at internode.on.net
Wed Jul 30 03:54:53 UTC 2008

> Already loaded, and no....
> Interestingly enough, in Seamonkey, on both Windows and CentOS, the
> character encoding shows up as Chinese Traditional (Big 5), but it
> just doesn't seem to display properly on CentOS.
> ???

Alex said it right, you need to do:
yum install fonts-chinese

Works fine for me here :)

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