Can I display Chinese character filenemes in an
glenalec at shoalhaven.net.au
Sat Oct 2 12:04:58 BST 2004
> > I use KFM in English and my partner in Chinese. When I transfer
> > from her home directory to mine, I can only see gobbledygook
> > characters for filenames. Can I make my English-localised KFM
> > these as Chinese chars without changing to a Chinese language
> > environment?
> Just to clarify, you're sharing the same PC with a full set of
> and locale files installed, just separate users with different
> locales? Or are you using separate PC's? If the latter, try
> the same fonts and locales on your machine, but keep your en locale.
Same PC, different accounts. Fonts universally accessible -- Chinese
so they are not full of spinning bouncing adverts and every Java
toy-let ever written, but the text bit is fine).
> Also, what file system are you using? What are the settings for
> internationalisation/encoding for it? And which distribution?
Filesystem = ReiserFS
Distro = Debian/testing
My partner is set up for zh_CN.GB2312 first and US English second in
Kcontrol. and for zh_CN.GB2312 in her .xsession which mainly just
launches the fcitx xim.
I am set up for US English first in Kcontrol and launch from KDM
default KDE with no .xsession. I tried adding zh_CN.GB2312 as second
language without results.
Root is set up the same as me, and also doesn't display the
I likely need to make myself a .xsession, but haven't a clue how to do
this for two languages, assuming this is what is needed, even.
> P.S. Go the 'Gong!
One day I'll get back there from NE China where I have spent the past
5 years avoiding unemployment. 9 months from now, to be exact. I've
been told they are a bit short on tech-savy primary teachers now.
(B.Teach, B.Ed Major IT Education, University of Wollongong Australia)
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