> It's worth noting that while this solution may work, it's an
> The question of Unicode is complex; you should check for
> relevant threads in the questions@ and i18n@ archives.
I am using FreeBSD 6.1. with locale set to ja_JP.UTF-8 for quite some
time now, and it's working splendidly. Gnome/KDE work fine, fluxbox
is a bit more difficult to set up correctly when it comes to Japanese /
Unicode. The only problem I did come across is CD9660-Unicode support:
whenever I try to use a CD created on Windows containing Japanese file
names, I screws up completely (filenames become mojibake). Messing
around with mount options does not help, but reverting to ja_JP.eucJP
does. I think it's a bug, but I am not sure. I posted a message to
questions@ concerning this problem, but didn't get one answer, so I
don't know whether I should post a PR.
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