In bash, I make use of the autocomplete with TAB feature a lot, and sometimes I have filenames starting with special characters that I can't type with my default keyboard layout.
My question is, how can I find a filename starting with a character which is almost impossible to type with an English keyboard? For example, if the filename starts with a Japanese character, like
ファイル.txt that might be difficult to type with an English keyboard. Sure, I can find the filename by its extension but what if it does not contain any Latin character at all?
This becomes even more difficult without a graphical environment in which I can easily select the filename and copy from it.
If isn't possible to get a solution similar to the TAB autocomplete, how could I find this kind of filenames easily?
I already read this question but has no accepted answer, also I don't know Japanese to input kanjis or similar.