Limitations when printing line data with OpenType fonts
Before you can print this data, you must transform it to Unicode Transformational Format (UTF-16), with big-endian byte order. Big-endian byte order means that in a two-byte UTF-16 code point the high-order byte is specified first, followed by the low-order bytes. You can transform it through the uconv utility, or any other application that transforms ASCII to Unicode. For more information about the uconv utility see the Linux operating system documentation.