Is there a fix for Windows non-ASCII filenames via smbfs?
Jason.Haar at trimble.co.nz
Thu Sep 16 01:28:10 GMT 2004
On Thu, Sep 16, 2004 at 11:09:38AM +1000, Andrew Bartlett wrote:
> You need to, at the very least, move to cifsfs - as this uses unicode to
> talk to the windows servers, and can export utf8 to unix. This avoids
> the loss of information you are experiencing here.
Wow - cifs is natively supported under Fedora Core 2, so instead of using
smbmount, I did "mount -t cifs //......." and the problem appears to be
Is cifs still "alpha" or something? It seems like it does everything smbfs
does - and more - and yet still appears hidden away (I mean, why didn't
smbmount try cifs instead of smbfs if cifs is better?)
Anyway, all good news :-)
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