large file support > 2 gig
urban at teststation.com
Thu Aug 23 22:20:41 GMT 2001
On Thu, 23 Aug 2001 bertram.ostendorf at gmx.net wrote:
> Can someone tell me what configuration I need to transfer large files (>2G)
> to and from my linux box using Win2k?
Your smbd should support it, unless Mandrake built it "wrong". So setting
up the linux box as a server with the win2k as a client should work.
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> This seems particularly strange as my linux box sees large files on win2k
> shares (using mount.smbdfs).
If you use smbfs there are some *highly* experimental patches that adds
large file support to smbfs. But I wouldn't recommend them.
(a - smbd is used more and is better tested,
b - smbfs is quite slow at a lot of things)
You can get the patches here (you'd need patches 00 to 02)
You could try smbclient to move files from the linux box to the win2k, but
I'm not sure if that is supposed to handle LFS. Or look at other smb
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