2009/2/16 Mihai Donțu <mihai.do...@gmail.com>: > On Friday 13 February 2009, Chuck Swiger wrote: >> On Feb 12, 2009, at 2:50 PM, Wojciech Puchar wrote: >> >>> accented letter to my freebsd box, the accented letter simply >> >>> disappear. >> >> >> >> 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. >> > >> > why? i use ISO-8859-2 >> >> You've answered "why" when you state that you set up a locale which >> supports ISO Latin-X charset. If you are running in the default C/ >> POSIX locale, using the US-ASCII character set and a font that only >> knows about 7-bit ASCII glyphs, then you won't get accented characters. >> >> > UFS doesn't deal with encoding at all, just store what you give >> >> That's right, which means you need to use filenames encoded in UTF8 >> rather than in arbitrary Unicode. > > UTF-8 is what we prefer these days, but the filesystem can handle anything > that is ASCII compatible (like you said: Shift_JIS, EUC-JP etc.). > > Now, I assume Daniel was copying "filé.txt" from a non-UFS (Windows box, > FAT32, NTFS etc) filesystem to UFS, because this is the only case I can think > of and in which such a problem might appear. >
I assume this is why scp and nfs worked on my example above, but samba didn't? -- R< $&h ! > $- ! $+ $@ $2 < @ $1 .UUCP. > (sendmail.cf) _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-questions-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"