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In addition to GNU Unifont, the following fonts contain glyphs for U+0CA0: Arial Unicode MS, a proprietary font bundled with various Microsoft software. Also purchasable separately. Code 2000, a font with obscure status, once distributed as shareware, now perhaps best characterized as abandonware. No official distribution site exists. Nirmala UI. Microsoft ...
From http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/0ca0/fontsupport.htm the list of fonts that support Unicode Character 'KANNADA LETTER TTHA' (U+0CA0) is : Arial Unicode MS Code2000 GNU Unifont LastResort Unicode BMP Fallback SIL check http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/0ca0/index.htm too, there's a lot of info on unicode characters
file will tell you if there is a BOM. You can test: $ /usr/bin/printf "\ufeff...\n" | file - /dev/stdin: UTF-8 Unicode (with BOM) text Note: according to the file changelog, this feature existed already in 2007. So, this should work on any current machine.
In case anybody has the same issue - you might want to checkout if you've got glibc-locale-32bit and perl-Text-Iconv installed on your machine. The issue has nothing to do with qt as some people have suggested on other topics on the net.
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