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Tsu-Fan Cheng wrote:
> hi,
>   i just taste the flavor of unicode a while ago, my point is to read
> chinese/jap file name which file is downloaded over the internet. i
> installed rxvt-unicode, and set my env in .cshrc LC_CTYPE to zh_TW.UTF-8,
> and i think now i can read those file name with no problemo...
> On 12/15/06, Garrett Cooper <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hello,
>         Just wondering if and how I would go about getting Unicode
> support setup on FreeBSD. Any links I could get would be more than
> appreciated.
>         Finally got fed up with instability on my Gentoo setup, so it's
> time to move to something better :).
> -Garrett

        Ok. It appears as if Freebsd is definitely the best choice (over
other non-Linux Unix Opensource OSes--including OpenBSD and Open
Solaris) for a Unicode support.

        Just tired of what the Linux crowd has been doing with the I/O
scheduler and schedulers in the kernel, and Reiserfs support has gotten
worse as of late it appears (kernel version 2.6.18 with 'emission'
kernel patches). It really lags my system at times -_-..

- -Garrett

PS TFC, I know you were having Chinese locale problems earlier--did you
try some of the solutions given
here-<http://opal.com/freebsd/unicode.html>-by chance?
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