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Old 6th September 2004, 10:45 AM
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Chinese Filename Problem In Fedora Core 2

Hello,

I installed FC2 ok, and find the Chinese-name folders/files in networking (samba folders) are not displayed properly ?

I run gftp, all chinese-name folders/files are displayed as blanks ?

All should be ok in Redhat9... anybody can advise what need to set ?

The FC2 is installed and running in Traditional Chinese locale already....
and can see chinese menu etc ok.

Thanks,
Matthew
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Old 8th September 2004, 07:42 AM
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Any suggestion on samba.conf and i18n setup (need big5) ???
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