I have a Ubuntu 12.04 desktop system, and I have only tty terminal access to the system without any UI (bare minimal Ubuntu installation). I have a USB stick with files and folders in Chinese, and when I mount the USB stick and see its content using ls command, I can see just boxes instead of the Chinese fonts correctly. Is there any way to render Non-English characters on the terminal.
I tried different set of combinations with 'iocharset' and 'codepage' options in mount, but nothing seems to help.
Currently, the following locales are configured, with the LANG option set to en_US.UTF8.
en_US.UTF8 en_US.iso8859-1 zh_CN.gb2312 Zh_CN.UTF8
Note: When connecting the USB stick to a gnome-ubuntu system, it is displaying the fonts correctly on its terminal. It is just the tty terminal which is not displaying the Chinese characters.
Thanks in advance!