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    why can't display japanese?


    i am using mdk 10
    but i can't copy file name which include japanese to my linux pc through samba2... all characters will become "?"

    how to fix it? thank in advance..

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    I believe you need to install the locale for Japanese. Not sure how. but i would start on the Mandriva community page Probably an rpm install
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    hi singying304 !!

    I take it you mean in a terminal window? Try specifying your font like
    this unicode font in the following example. If the Japanese font is not
    a Unicode encoding do no specify -u8.
    Code:
    xterm -u8 -fn '-*-fixed-*-*-*-*-12-*-*-*-*-*-iso10646-1
    I have never actually displayed Japanese text in an English locale but I
    think this is all you would need to do (in addition to running the actual
    programs in the appropriate locale assuming they support the encoding).



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