Where? Console, terminal, X/graphics? What are your locales?I have an issue with cyrillic file names. They appear as question marks. I don't know how to fix it. Any ideas?
chsh $USERand modify the Class.
Ah, I think you just have Cyrillic support with bitmaps fonts and these may be disabled on fontconfig. Try installing and setting the Noto fonts to see if the cyrillic characters show up, then we can address the bitmap fonts if necessary.Dolphin file manager, precisely. Region settings are set to "Default".
I already am using Noto Sans font by default. How do you access fontconfig?Ah, I think you just have Cyrillic support with bitmaps fonts and these may be disabled on fontconfig. Try installing and setting the Noto fonts to see if the cyrillic characters show up, then we can address the bitmap fonts if necessary.
I think the Noto has cyrillic support on basic, you may want to try x11-fonts/paratype. Btw, the "PT Fonts" were designed to have the best cyrillic support.I already am using Noto Sans font by default. How do you access fontconfig?
You just need to add it for bitmap fonts, the Paratype ones are .ttf and should work automatically on graphic interfaces.Thank you for your help!! I am kind of stuck. I installed the paratype fonts but I don't know how to set it. After installation it asks me to do that -
To use these fonts, add the following line to the "Files" section of
But I don't have xorg.conf and so I have no idea where to create it.
fc-cache -frEvto see what happens.
Oops... no, I am not running the system as root. I know it's a big no-no. I did run the command as root since I assumed it would ask for superuser privileges! But the issue is fixed. I changed my region to a cyrillic country and now the files' names are fine and they open!Don't run it as root! Are you using the system as root?