I have a lot of directories with a \uFFFD (65533) character in it. The problem is that I can't really access this directory because of this character.
For example I got a directory with the name:
Foo�o (� ==
ls Foo�ois not working (so tab is always showing the only possible file but it will never complete it 'cause it's not working)
ls Foo*is working
The problem is that I can't use the 2. way because there might be other directories starting with the same characters. So the actual question is if there's a way to escape a character like this.
So I'm searching for a working version of this:
ls Foo\uFFFDo <= not working