[Digikam-users] utf-8

Michel POTTIER Michel.Pottier at free.fr
Sat Nov 25 12:04:01 GMT 2006

Hello Arnd
And thank you for your answer.
My system was configured with UTF-8
cat i18n

In fact the solution is, for me, to rewrite the name of the files 
(rewriting the same accent) using konqueror (impossible to do that from 
the prompt).
Now all is OK.
Thank you again
(now i have a 10Gb photo database with 5000 photos ... the result of one 
year work ! (photos and scans))
Thanks to the digikam team!

Arnd Baecker a écrit :
> Hi Michel,
> On Fri, 24 Nov 2006, Michel POTTIER wrote:
>> Hello
>>   I am migrating to mandriva 2007. The locale are in utf8 and when I run
>> digikam, it proposes me to remove all the album which have french
>> characters (with accent). is there a solution to not loose the album?
>> Thanks
>> "There are 46 albums in the database which do not appear to be on disk.
>> These albums should be removed from the database, however you may lose
>> information because all images associated with these albums will be
>> removed from the database as well.
>> digiKam cannot continue without removing the items from the database
>> because all views depend on the information in the database. Do you want
>> them to be removed from the database?"
> You could try at the shell prompt:
>   export LANG=fr.UTF-8
>   digikam
> Best, Arnd
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