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    Default File name with CJK characters shown incorrectly

    Recently I'm running openSUSE Leap 42.1 in docker which pulled from dockerhub. I found it shows CJK file name in Question marks, like: ????????.png

    I tried every methods, including:
    1. Change env LANG and LC_CYPTE.
    2. Install CJK fonts.
    3. Verify /etc/sysconfig/language, it's same with the host, which doesn't have the problem.

    I cat some files which contain UTF8 characters, they don't have problem. Only the file name is abnormal. I doubt this problem result some of my applications can not find the correct path.

    Any one have the idea? Do I need to install some additional packages? Thanks!

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    Default Re: File name with CJK characters shown incorrectly

    Although I have no experience in this,
    1. Support for some font packages may be Desktop specific, so whether you intend to actually use a Desktop in docker or not, you <may> need to install a Desktop for certain solutions to work.
    2. The following blog post which is only about a year old as of this writing describes some KDE specific and YAST steps you might consider.
    http://thestrayworld.com/2015/04/08/...n-in-opensuse/
    3. Note that there are numerous textlive packages if you use textlive apps
    https://software.opensuse.org/search...E2%9C%93&q=cjk

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    Default Re: File name with CJK characters shown incorrectly

    Quote Originally Posted by tsu2 View Post
    Although I have no experience in this,
    ...
    Thank you, I'll give a try.

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