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Old 08-07-2010, 08:13 AM
Alexander Stepanovitch Pyatkin
 
Default iocharset, codepage issue in CentOS 5.5

Title: iocharset, codepage issue in CentOS 5.5





Dear Colleges.






The OS is CentOS 5.5. The locale is CP1251 or ISO8859-5, Language used is Russian.


It looks like that the iocharset=cp1251,codepage=866 is not working in this version of CentOS, but it works in CentOS 4.6. When trying to mount a memory stick with the above mentioned parameters the file names with Russian characters in the mentioned encoding (Windows XP) are displayed wrong. When writing to this memory stick the file, containing Russian characters, the file becomes unaccesible. Do anyone met with such a bug?










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*Alexander * * * * * * * * * * * * *mailtoyatkin@AP12513.spb.edu



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Old 08-09-2010, 05:02 AM
Tsuyoshi Nagata
 
Default iocharset, codepage issue in CentOS 5.5

Hi Alexander
(2010/08/07 17:13), Alexander Stepanovitch Pyatkin wrote:
> It looks like that the iocharset=cp1251,codepage=866 is not working in
Some mount option are changed in centos5 by noticed in blog/wiki.

CentOS4(kernel2.6.9 ) mount iocharset=yyy,codepage=xxx
CentOS5(kernel2.6.18) mount utf8
kernel2.6.32 mount utf8=1

If you mount (local coded)windows-partition with utf8,
file name code changing mechanism automatically work
with between local-code and utf8.
After remounting /windows partitions in WindowsOS,
file names are described in your local code.

Tsuyoshi.



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