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Warn: use convmv or detox if you can: they are the right tools.
But if you want to do it manually, you can use this command to find the problematic files and transliterate their accented characters to their ascii equivalent.
(Useful when doing cd backup: growisofs may fail on files which come from the old iso8859-* days.)
Add a [fluxbox] binding in your key file then this
command provides a dmenu selector for the next track to play
The preferred way for scripts (and easier to parse)
Since coreutils 7.6 provides sort -h