Ok, Thanks a lot... I will read carefully these articles...
Chuck Swiger wrote:
On Feb 12, 2009, at 1:46 PM, Daniel Leal wrote:
is there a way to have a freebsd system with file names with accented
words. Like "filé.txt" instead of "file.txt". Now if I copy a file
with an accented letter to my freebsd box, the accented letter simply
UFS supports 8-bit characters except for "/" and "\0", but you also
need to run a terminal with UTF8 support and use a correct font to
view such things. Perhaps this might give you some insight:
Note that other file systems have more comprehensive Unicode support:
Perhaps I'm biased, but I've long been of the opinion that the Mac
platform with HFS+ has very good internationalization support.
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