How in linux to work with unknown (?????.doc) files?


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Switched from Windows to Linux Mint 10 with KDE. No particular inconvenience, except download files. Download .rar archive file from any site, and there files are not signs. Dolphine, Arh, mc and other programs can't read the name. So I can't open the file.

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So, how do I fix incorrect display of file names? The system itself is localized for Russian language.
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Have you got some wrong RAR you have in the system. I have:
$ rar a test.rar ЭтоТест.txt RAR 5.40 Copyright (c) 1993-2016 Alexander Roshal 15 Aug 2016 Trial version Type RAR -? for help Evaluation copy. Please register. Creating archive test.rar Adding ЭтоТест.txt OK Adding data recovery record Done $ lt rar test.rar RAR 5.40 Copyright (c) 1993-2016 Alexander Roshal 15 Aug 2016 Trial version Type RAR -? for help Archive: test.rar Details: RAR 4, recovery record Name: ЭтоТест.txt Type: File Size: 12 Packed size: 12 Ratio: 100% mtime: 2018-05-05 22:34:42,000 Attributes: -rw-r--r-- CRC32: 26BEE9C9 Host OS: Unix Compression: RAR 3.0(v20) -m0 -md=128K $ unrar lt test.rar UNRAR 5.30 beta 2 freeware Copyright (c) 1993-2015 Alexander Roshal Archive: test.rar Details: RAR 4, recovery record Name: ЭтоТест.txt Type: File Size: 12 Packed size: 12 Ratio: 100% mtime: 2018-05-05 22:34:42,000 Attributes: -rw-r--r-- CRC32: 26BEE9C9 Host OS: Unix Compression: RAR 3.0(v20) -m0 -md=128K
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This file is in neonicotinoid Russian encoding.
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