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    Hi! i'm trying to upload some korean filename to my linux box using php... filename change to different character. how to linux support multi language?

    I'm already set

    /etc/sysconfig/i18n

    LANG="en_US.UTF-8"
    SYSFONT="latarcyrheb-sun16"
    SUPPORTED="en_US.utf8:en_US:en:fr_FR.utf8:fr_FR:fr :es_ES.utf8:es_ES:es:de_DE.utf8:de_DE:de:sv_SE.utf 8:sv_SE:sv:zh_CN.utf8:zh_CN:zh:zh_TW.utf8:zh_TW:zh :ja_JP.utf8:ja_JP:ja:k o_KR.utf8:ko_KR:ko"

    Also try this

    #LANG="en_US.UTF-8"
    SYSFONT="latarcyrheb-sun16"

    when I try to ssh on my box filename is different same issue how to solve this?

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    there is language option in the os setting, find the korean and add it.

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    When encoded using UTF-8, non-ASCII characters will never be encoded using null bytes or slashes. All that happens is that file and directory names occupy more bytes than they contain characters. For example, a filename consisting of five greek characters will appear to the kernel as a 10-byte filename. The kernel does not know (and does not need to know) that these bytes are displayed as greek.

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