chris_winczewski at yahoo.com
Wed Jan 17 16:13:44 GMT 2001
--- Andrew Bruno <abruno at zeta.org.au> wrote:
> Hello Chris
> On 17-Jan-01, you wrote:
> > I have my samba server up and running and my
> > clients can see and write to a public drive that I
> > have set up. The problem is that I cannot delete
> > the windows side. I get an error: "File system
> > 1036". I even checked the status in swat and it
> > the file was read only but the permissions were
> I have read about this problem before and here are
> my thoughts:
> Try these things first -
> 1) Try to delete the files from a "shell" (msdos
> I feel that there could have "illegal" characters in
> them. Eg: / \ :
> In some systems some of those characters are
> allowed, and some not.
> If there is a conflict, that could be causing the
> Just a thought.
> All Tied Up and No Place to Go....
> Andrew Bruno
> abruno at zeta.org.au
Deleting from a DOS shell works. Anyone know why
windows explorer has a problem with deletion?
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