Background I have a folder named akorg✽. That Unicode character causes headaches for me when software makes incorrect assumptions about the text encoding of my file paths, so I'd like to remove it ...
In unix based operating systems are utf6 filenames permissible? If so do I need to do anything special to write the file to disk. Let me explain what I'm hoping to do. I'm writing an application ...
My system is Gentoo amd64, and the desktop environment is Xfce4. So far, most applications works well, except the terminal and QT-family applications. The Chromium,Thunar, Thunderbird and many other ...
I want to write a game which runs in a terminal. I do some terminal coloring and wanted to use some unicode characters for nice ascii art "graphics". But a lot of unicode characters aren't supported ...
I would like to setup a Linux system with ScrotWM as the window manager, but I noticed that X is aware of only a few fonts. I would like to have UTF-8 fonts that support multiple languages, including ...