How do you guys use Linux when you have lots of files with non-Latin alphabets, or even Chinese/Japanese? I don't have a problem with Windows, because I do everything in the GUI (it's hard not to), and the alternate language input is just a short install away.
However in Linux, I interact with it mostly through the framebuffer console/ssh, mostly because that's what I use it for, and I don't really trust X to work when I need it. And in those environments, typing in Chinese/Japanese to cd to that directory seems impossible - I have to use a GUI file manager in X to get in there and start doing whatever I need to do on the files. Or is it? Is there a solution to this?