Unicode is intended to be a universal character set for describing all the characters required for written text incorporating all writing systems, technical symbols and punctuation.

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PageSpeed Unicode characters file name

PageSpeed unable to interpret Unicode characters on file names. My problem is that some of the image files names have Unicode characters and Nginx is able to access them. This link is accessible ...
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Samba hides files with unicode text in their names from Windows clients

I have a few files that I synced from another server that ended up with some German (unicode) characters in their names. These files don't show up to windows clients that mount the samba CIFS shares. ...
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When I ncpmount a Novell server under Linux (Ubuntu 14.04), I do not see filenames with accented characters

I use Linux on my computer at work and the server uses Novell. I am friendly with the IT staff in a "don't bother us, and we won't bother you" kind of way, and I can usually fix my problems myself ...
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Imapsync doesn't sync unicode characters properly

I am using imapsync to migrate my e-mail account from a CPanel (courier) mailserver to a Debian/Dovecot one. The issue I am facing has to do with some folders that contain Unicode characters. For ...
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Is there a way to force PostgreSQL to use the UTF-7 encoding for the connection?

I have a PostgreSQL database which uses an arcane text encoding, and I can't change that. Is there a way tostore text in UTF-7 transparently (for the informed client) so that the database engine ...
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filenames, ASCII unicode escaped sequences to UTF8 [closed]

I'm not sure if I've grasped the issue here so if I haven't just say so and I'll edit the title. My problem is the following: I have an Ubuntu 12.04 server (UTF-8 locale) to which users upload files ...
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Cisco FWSM -> ASA upgrade broke our mail server

We send mail with unicode asian characters to our mail server on the other side of our WAN... immediately after upgrading from a FWSM running 2.3(2) to an ASA5550 running 8.2(5), we saw failures on ...
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Why doesn't Firefox render this AWstats generated html?

XML Parsing Error: not well-formed Location: https://awstats.example.org/reports/www.example.org/2011/06/awstats.www.example.org.xml Line Number 603, Column 34: <tr><td ...
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How to make the 'less' command handle UTF-8?

On my Mac terminal, printing UTF-8 works in general, but the less doesn't work correctly. So this works correctly: $ echo -e '\xe2\x82\xac' € but piping it into less gives something like this: ...
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Can PuTTY be configured to display the following UTF-8 characters?

I'd like to be able to render the characters as seen in this tweet: I saved the tweet's JSON data and wrote a one-liner python script for testing. python -c 'import json,urllib; print ...
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How can I check if PHP was compiled with the UNICODE version of the Win32 API?

This is related to this Stack Overflow post: glob() can't find file names with multibyte characters on Windows? I'm having issues with PHP and files that have multibyte characters on Windows. Here's ...
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UnicodeEncodeError when uploading files in Django admin

Note: I asked this question on StackOverflow, but I realize this might be a more proper place to ask this kind of question. I'm trying to upload a file called 'Testaråäö.txt' via the Django admin ...
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Re-uploading file with unicode filename creates identical duplicate

I'm running a Django site on a Debian 6 system, with a gunicorn server and nginx 0.7.67 handling static files. The filesystem locale is set to sv_SE.UTF-8. I got a problem where another user uploaded ...
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Powershell 2: How to strip a specific character from a body of ASCII text

I am trying to strip odd characters from strings using PowerShell. I used the following output to attempt to learn on my own: get-help about_regular_expressions I am trying to take a string that is ...
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Logcheck: wildcards which include non-latin characters

On my mail server, I have a custom logcheck rule as follows, which is intended to filter messages from deliver: ^\w{3} [ :0-9]{11} [._[:alnum:]-]+ deliver\.*\): msgid=.*: saved mail to.*$ ...
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Fail to get unicode URL in IIS 6

I setup an IIS server running at localhost and put 2 file with unicode file name, for e.g: 변태연.txt and 변태연.flv The 2 files are all real but only 1 working: localhost/변태연.txt I don't know why? Do ...
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Character set issues in Postgres upgrade

I am moving some databases from Postgres 7.4.8 to 8.4.5, on CentOS 5. In the old database the encoding is UNICODE. So I did a text pg_dump, created my new databases like so: createdb --template ...
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mount and sync non english folder & file names

I'm trying to rsync a folder who's name contains non-english characters it breaks the whole rsync, how can I copy a folder even if they don't have english characters in it?
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Is there a MySQL performance benchmark to measure the impact of utf8_unicode_ci versus utf8_general_ci?

I read here and there that using the utf8_unicode_ci collation ensures a better treatment of unicode text (for example, it knowns how to expand characters such as 'œ' into 'oe' for searching and ...
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Problems with vim/locale as non-root user on Solaris

I do some work on a Solaris 10 machine, and my .vimrc is set up to show unicode characters for tabs and line endings: set listchars=tab:▸\ ,eol:¬ This works out of the box on my OS X machine. On ...
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Using Chinese Characters With Mod_Rewrite

I'm trying to create a rule using Chinese characters #RewriteRule ^zh(.*) /中文版$1 [L,R=301] creates error 500 when i change the file to UTF-8 #RewriteRule ^zh(.*) /%E4%B8%AD%E6%96%87%E7%89%88$1 ...
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Unicode versions of common UNIX text tools to run on Windows

I can't afford the MKS toolkit (also think its a bit overkill for my needs). So I was wondering is anyone knew of the standard set of unix text tools but that can handle unicode files under Windows. ...
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Special characters in ssh usernames

I've got a few users configured on LDAP, and would like them to be able to connect to a Linux machine via SSH using those users and password on the LDAP directory. However, there are 2 issues I do not ...
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How to view a remote unicode file via ssh?

I have a unicode file that contains Chinese characters. I have a local and a remote copy of it. When I use less on the local file the characters are shown properly: 奥尔德林 However, when I ssh to the ...
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how does one quote unicode characters in mysql prompt or in SQL in general?

I have a weird unicode char in my mysql database the value looks like this card issuer bank didn<U+0092>t approve your payment so what should be an apostrophe is a weird unicode char, ...
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using curl against my IDN doesn't work right; browsers are OK

I've registered www.❺➠.ws, which goes to the same IP as www.naildrivin5.com. curl www.❺➠.ws returns the homepage of www.naildrivin5.com. No problem. I modify apache to use name-based virtual ...
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Best way to make sure a MySQL database is fully in UTF8

After some problems with UTF8 and none-UTF8 strings, we're standardising on UTF8. One thing I need to do is check that everything is in UTF8 in the MySQL database? What do I need to check? Server ...
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Linux support for unicode filenames

I have a couple Linux fileserver running Samba, what do I need to do to support filenames with unicode characters? Do particular filesystem have better support for Unicode? Would I get better ...