I am trying to use Putty to connect to a Linux server that has a file system that contains unicode characters (specifically Japanese)
My goal is to make it work the way it worked on Mac OS X Terminal app or the standard Gnome Terminal on Linux Mint.
So what I have done successfully so far was connect to the server and get it to display properly when I use "MS Gothic".
However, I "lose" my backslash character as MS Gothic maps it as a yen character. So using the MS Gothic approach isn't good enough.
I tried to Google some fonts that would have Japanese characters, but none of them appear in Putty's drop down list as they are not monospaced fonts.
So looking for someone to suggest another alternative approach that would work with Putty (i.e. not switching to a different SSH client)