[greenstone-users] Help - again! Thai this time

From Julian Fox
DateTue, 28 Aug 2007 22:44:32 +0200
Subject [greenstone-users] Help - again! Thai this time
A little help, list please:
I've been sent a batch of files in Thai script. With Japanese, Russian,
and Korean with a bit of coaching, I got a collection up and running.
With the Thai files, if I open them inside GS I can read them (they are
doc; I'm using Open Office to open them with and my Ubuntu machine is
enabled for Thai) but both in the workspace and when transferred into
the collection the file names show up as gibberish instead of in Thai
script.

What do I need to enable in GS to be able to see that script properly?
The main config file seems to have the 'th' languagename enabled and it
uses utf-8 encoding which is enabled, obviously, but I guess that's to
ensure the interface works in Thai

The associated problem is that the two test files I ran through the
'create' process weren't being converted into html, so I guess it's
associated with the basic issue of recognising Thai script?
Julian