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comment What charset encoding is used for filenames and paths on Linux?
Ok so then I should probably check what locale the user is currently using and convert to that for new files so that he will see the filename correctly in Nautilus etc. How can I tell what the current filename charset is for the current user?
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comment What charset encoding is used for filenames and paths on Linux?
Also I found this ( library.gnome.org/devel/glib/unstable/… ) which seems to indicate that the charset encoding of filenames is dependent on what locale is set?
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comment What charset encoding is used for filenames and paths on Linux?
So if I mount it using utf8 should I also pass utf8 to the open() syscall?
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asked What charset encoding is used for filenames and paths on Linux?