bh at izb.knu.ac.kr
Mon Oct 25 03:26:45 UTC 2010
Xihong Yin <xyin at gmx.com> writes:
> I have files on a USB flash drive that are created on a Mac OS. When I want
> to use the files on my FreeBSD, I have problems. I've searched the
> FreeBSd Forums. I found a similar post,
> http://forums.freebsd.org/showthread.php?t=14612. The problem is not
> resolved in that post. May be somebody here can help me.
> The filenames contain Chinese characters. The USB drive filesystem is
> FAT32. My system is FreeBSD 8.0 stable. My shell is tcsh. The 'ls'
> command shows the files as these.
> ????????.dvd.cd1.rmvb ????DVD?.rmvb
> with the '-b' option, it shows the same result.
> however, with the '-l' option or other options, I get error
> ls: ????????.dvd.cd1.rmvb: Invalid argument
> ls: ????DVD?.rmvb: Invalid argument
> total 0
> with the '-i' option, I get the same error without inode displayed.
> with 'ls *DVD*' or 'ls *', it shows,
> ls: No match.
> I also tried the 'find' command, the results are similar.
> Because the Chinese characters in the filenames are not displayed, I
> want to rename the filenames. It seems there is no way to do it. All the
> methods failed, such as using inode. Thus I can not use these files created on
> Mac OS.
Use GUI such as GNOME, KDE. Rename is very easy.
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