Umlaute in Filenames on smbmounted shares don't work
David L. Jarvis
David at JarvisMountain.com
Mon Jan 22 13:21:02 GMT 2001
That's nothing, try creating/using a file named "..."
(that's three dots, or periods if you prefer)
But that's an M$ "feature" and applies to 98/NT alone too.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: samba-admin at us5.samba.org [mailto:samba-admin at us5.samba.org]On
> Behalf Of Dipl.-Ing. Stefan Zimmermann
> Sent: Thursday, December 14, 2000 5:14 AM
> To: samba at samba.org
> Subject: Bug: Umlaute in Filenames on smbmounted shares don't work
> Using Umlaute in filenames on smbmounted shares, creates
> unaccessible files on
> the Windows-Client.
> Used program versions:
> Samba: samba 2.0.7
> System: SuSE-Linux 7.0 (kernel 2.2.16)
> Clients: Windos 98 Second edition
> To reproduce the bug do (as root):
> smbserver: # smbmount //WINCLIENT/SHARE /mnt/
> smbserver: # md /mnt/äöüß
> Switch to the Windows-Client and try to access the directory or
> to delete it.
> This results in a Filesystem error. The directory appears as "õ÷³ "
> Vice versa if you create a directory "äöüß" on the
> Windows-Client, it appears
> as "\200\220\201á" on the Linux-FS.
> /var/log/kernel reports:
> Jan 22 09:29:47 pcsz kernel: smb_get_length: recv error = 5
> Jan 22 09:29:47 pcsz kernel: smb_request: result -5, setting invalid
> Jan 22 09:29:47 pcsz kernel: smb_retry: new pid=6126, generation=3
> if I try to rename the directory in the kde-kfm. Moving it on the
> command line
> with bash works.
> Can I use options for the code page mapping to smbmount
> like in vfat (say uni_xlate or so?), to correct this?
> The /etc/smb.conf contains
> character set = iso8859-1
> client code page = 850
> and works for smbclient, but smbmount doesn't to get it right.
> Regards, Stefan.
> Fraunhofer Institut Bauphysik Nobelstraße 12
> Dipl.-Ing. Stefan Zimmermann D-70569 Stuttgart
> Abt. RA/TA Telefon: (0711) 970-3419
> Zimmermann at ibp.fhg.de Telefax: (0711) 970-3420
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