Multibyte or wide character - Renaming all files
Error which have caused big problems for me 'Invalid or incomplete multibyte or wide character' when moving/copying files is appearing again.
Scenario is where I move files from ext2 to ntfs. Locale settings are set to en_US-UTF8, also in fstab ntfs-3g is mounted with appropriate en_US.UTF-8 locale option -- error still appearing.
Thing what I want to do is to remove these characters completely from filenames.
So I'm looking for best way to do this. I want simply rename 'filename*something' to 'filenamebsomething' where '*' repesents multibyte character. Want to preserve filenames and everything else but just change '*' to 'b'.