I have many zip-files where there are encoding errors for the German umlauts (äüöÄÜÖß). They show up in both the filename.zip as well as in the included directories and files like this:
- Fünf = Fu╠ênf
- Räuber = Ra╠êuber
- Überfall = U╠êberfall
and so on. Usually I use Linux, but because of this issues I also tried a Windows7 VM but it results in the same encoding mess up. On Linux I played around with convmv and detox, but with no success.
When I use
- convmv -f iso-8859-1 -t utf8 --replace --notest -r *
I get "Skipping, already UTF-8".
Any thoughts about this?