ISM Unable to Display Chinese Characters Correctly in English Linux Due to Chinese Fonts Missing

Publication Date:  2013-06-09 Views:  2201 Downloads:  43
Issue Description
On a maintenance terminal running English Linux, users log in to the storage system using the ISM and choose Chinese from the Language dialog box. Chinese characters on the ISM interface are displayed as unreadable codes.
Product and version information:
  •  S2600
  •  S5000
  •  The operating system of the maintenance terminal is either SUSE Linux 10.0 or Solaris 10.0.
Alarm Information
None
Handling Process
Step 1 Go to the CLI mode of the operating system of the maintenance terminal.
Step 2 Go to the /usr/lib/jvm/jre/lib/fonts directory of the JRE installation path.
Step 3 Run the mkdir fallback command to create a folder named fallback.
Step 4 Copy the Simsun.ttf font file from C:\WINDOWS\Fonts of the Windows to Linux.
Step 5 Move or copy Simsun.ttf to the fallback folder.
[root@test ~]#
[root@test ~]# mkdir /usr/lib/jvm/jre/lib/fonts/fallback
[root@test ~]# cp Simsun.ttf /usr/lib/jvm/jre/lib/fonts/fallback
[root@test ~]#
Step 6 Chinese characters are displayed correctly after the ISM is restarted.
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Root Cause
The English Linux operating system lacks Chinese fonts.
Suggestions
None

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