Problem and solution when Chinese characters cannot be displayed due to a lack of Chinese characters in the Linux English operating system

You can perform the following operation if Chinese characters cannot be displayed on ISM due to a lack of Chinese characters in the Linux English operating system
1. Issue Description
A user uses ISM to log in to the storage system on the maintenance terminal installed with the Linux English operating system. If the user selects Chinese for Language in the Select Language dialog box, Chinese characters are displayed as squares on the ISM interface.
Product and version information
S2600
S5000 series
Maintenance terminal using SUSE Linux 10.0 or Solaris 10.0 as its operating system
2. Alarm Information
None
3. Handling Process
a. Enter the CLI mode of the operating system on the maintenance terminal.
b. Go to the /usr/lib/jvm/jre/lib/fonts directory of the Java runtime environment (JRE) installation path in the operating system.
c. Run the mkdir fallback command to create a fallback folder.
d. Under the font directory of the Windows system directory (C:\WINDOWS\Fonts), replicate the Simsun.ttf character to the Linux operating system.
e. Move or copy Simsun.ttf to the fallback folder.
[root@test ~]#
[root@test ~]# mkdir /usr/lib/jvm/jre/lib/fonts/fallback
[root@test ~]# cp Simsun.ttf /usr/lib/jvm/jre/lib/fonts/fallback
[root@test ~]#
f. Restart ISM. The Chinese characters can be displayed.
4. Root Cause
The Chinese characters are not available in the Linux English operating system and Chinese characters cannot be displayed on ISM.
5. Suggestions
None

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