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Bug#393214: Can't open a file if it has an accented character like Hí.doc.


annonygmouse wrote:
> >>Changing my LANG to
> >>LANG=C oowriter /home/jo/Hí.doc
> >>works! But shows the filename mangled, something like HA~-.doc
> When running from console oowriter says:
> I18N: X Window System doesn't support locale "ca_ES.UTF-8"
> I thought it was just a warning, but coud this be blamed?


> >You are not up-to-date...
> I did a: aptitude update && aptitude dist-upgrade this morning...
> Wy do you say I'm not up-to-date?

Necause you use the 32-bit version when there's a 64-bit version in sid?

> AFAIK openoffice 2.0.4 has not yet arrived to Debian, has it?

A "openoffice" package will never arrive :P

> >(Besides the fact that a Debian SID doesn't even exist)
> I kind of disagree
> http://www.debian.org/releases/unstable/

"SID" != "sid". The codename is sid. Not SID. Don't get confused by broken
persons who mostly use SID etc.


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