Operating Systems Linux Enye issue filenaming and path Post 303042895 by lxdorney on Thursday 9th of January 2020 10:55:18 PM
Enye issue filenaming and path

Hi All,

Is there anyone encounter filenaming with
Code:
Ñ or ñ

reading?.
Is the any other way to handle enye both redhat environment and java?

We look in the log and founfout reading pathname or filename with enye Ñ, look like
Code:
MONTA?O instead of MONTAÑO

.
We tried to transfer files from my windows to linux server via scp with filename MONTAÑO.txt and access thru putty issuing
Code:
ll

command and I got ouput
Code:
MONTA?O.txt

Is there any idea on how to handle this issue?

We hope that if we can fixed in linux environment, already googling but no luck to find in related issues

OS: CentOS6
 
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FGETTY(8)						   System Administrator's Manual						 FGETTY(8)

NAME
fgetty - a small getty for linux SYNOPSIS
fgetty tty [--noclear] [--long-hostname] DESCRIPTION
The command fgetty is normally invoked by init(8), opens a tty port, prompts for a login name and invokes the /bin/login command. OPTIONS
--noclear makes fgetty not clear the screen before displaying the login prompt. --long-hostname makes fgetty display the full hostname in the login prompt. FILES
/etc/issue printed before the login prompt /etc/inittab init(8) configuration file /var/run/utmp the system status file ISSUE ESCAPES
The issue-file (/etc/issue or the file may contain certain escape codes to display the system name, date and time etc. All escape codes consist of a backslash () immediately followed by one of the letters explained below. d the current date. (eg: 2002-01-19) s the system name, the name of the operating system. (eg: Linux) l the name of the current tty line. (eg: tty3) m the architecture identifier of the machine (eg: i586) n the nodename of the machine, also known as the hostname. (eg: sirius) o the domainname of the machine. (eg: (none)) r the release number of the OS. (eg: 2.4.3-i) t the current time. (eg: 14:51:51) u the number of current users logged in. (eg: 4) U the string "1 user" or "<n> users", where <n> is the number of current users logged in. (eg: 4 users) v Insert the version of the OS. (eg: #2 Fre Jan 18 23:05:45 CET 2002) ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
HOST is set to your hostname TERM is set to linux TTY is set to the current tty line RETURN VALUES
1 could not chown/chmod tty device 3 could not open tty device 4 not a typewriter 5 vhangup failed 6 could not open tty (can't happen) 7 dup failed 8 could not exec login 9 read returned an unexpected error 10 unprintable character in login name 11 login name too long (>40) 13 user name started with a dash 23 received SIGQUIT AUTHOR
Felix von Leitner <felix-fgetty@fefe.de> Homepage: http://www.fefe.de/fgetty/ fgetty 2002-01-19 FGETTY(8)

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