General use of this command: Mount-o iocharset=utf8/dev/sdb/tmp/fat
If not, you can try the following command:
Mount/dev/sdb/mnt-t Vfat-o Codepage=936,iocharset=utf8
Mount/dev/sdb/mnt-t Vfat-o Iocharset=utf8
Mount/dev/sdb/mnt-t Vfat-o codepage=936,iocharset=gb2312
Mount/dev/sdb/mnt-t Vfat-o CODEPAGE=936,IOCHARSET=GBK
Mount/dev/sdb/mnt-t Vfat-o codepage=936,iocharset=gb18030
You can also try the following methods:
Open the Gonme configuration Editor, in "System"-"configuration," and then open "storage", find the following key (a bit like the Windows registry, change the key value): Default_options, there are several commonly used file systems below this key , such as CD-ROM, NTFS, the general U disk are fat, so find Vfat opened, double-click the right key value after the pop-up modifier box, press the "add" in the formula bar input: Iocharset=utf8, after the exit on the entry into force.
SuSE Linux10.2 on the test, the original garbled can be normal display for Chinese.