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Hi all, I have just joined this forum.I am having a problem.. The problem is 1.when i copy a file which is named in this character "" eg. "filename_.txt" this ...
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    Hi all,
    I have just joined this forum.I am having a problem..
    The problem is
    1.when i copy a file which is named in this character "" eg. "filename_.txt" this is getting reflected as "boxes".
    This char is ok with the windows machine.
    how this can be solved.

    expecting u'r reply,
    SRajkumar

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    Is there any specific reason for having that character in the filename? I would suggest normalizing your filename a little.
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    If that is a non-english charactor then you'll need to install the rpm or install app for that language support.
    Dan

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