王鹏 wrote: > If you create a file name of 渋谷.txt on your FC7 system. I see ｽﾂﾃｫ.txt > on the XP side? Try not to "top post". Makes it hard to follow. I create 渋谷.txt on the linux side and via a samba share can see 渋谷.txt in "Explorer" on the Windows XP side. Your second message indicated that your FC side has LANG is set to ja_JP.ujis. I would suggest that you set it to ja_JP.UTF-8 and retest. As I mentioned... I have my LANG environment variable set to en_US.UTF-8. You may also want to test with LANG=ja.SJIS. > > 2007/12/20, Ed Greshko <[email protected] > <mailto:[email protected]>>: > > 王鹏 wrote: > > There is a cvs server running on my FC7, the japanese named files are > > commit by cvs users. > > > > If I copy a japanese char from firefox, and use it as a file name, > I can > > view this file name correctly on FC7,but I cann't view this file name > > correctly on Windows XP; > > When you say..."can't view it correctly" on WindowsXP can you tell a bit > more about how you are viewing it on XP? > > As I mentioned, I have no problem to create a file name in Japanese on a > system here and view it in XP. I used both an English as well as a > Japanese > XP system. > > On my RH system my LANG is set to en_US.UTF-8. What is yours? > > > If the file is commit by cvs user from Windows XP, I can't view file > > name correctly on FC7(on Windows XP, japanese character is > shift-jis, on > > FC7 japanese character is utf8 or ujis, I think I need > sjis(shift-jis)). > > where could I get or find this package? > > They are using XP...Japanese version? > > I think you may be jumping ahead by deciding what the solution is before > really defining the problem. > > If you create a file name of 渋谷.txt on your FC7 system...what do > you see > on the XP side? > > > > -- > fedora-list mailing list > [email protected] <mailto:[email protected]> > To unsubscribe: https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-list > <https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-list> > > > > > -- > 以上。 > 王鹏 > ---------------------------------------------------------------- > Yours sincerely, > Roc.King > Tech.Motley > -- evil hackers from Serbia.