> You say that in putty it is converted to a '?'?  so, on linux, the file
> name is no longer what you intended it to be, so wouldn't you then need
> to call the file EXACTLY as it is on the linux server?

I thought this too at first, but if I run htmlentites() on the
filename it displays the  character so it must not have been lost
completely, just encoded in a different way?  I'm quite sure that the
propblem with putty displaying it as a question mark is related to its
display settings.

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