Since ingesting disks
that were in different computers with different operating
systems, sometimes the encoding used for the filenames are different. The nifty
convmv utility can change the encoding of filenames. It is used like so to
convert from latin-1 Windows encoding to utf-8:
convmv -f latin-1 -t utf-8 -r /root/of/path
It prints information on the filename encoding and whatever changes it will do.
It will not perform any renaming until you re-run the command by adding the