urban at teststation.com
Mon Oct 22 11:21:04 GMT 2001
On Mon, 22 Oct 2001, Niclas Domack wrote:
> "dot" (ascii 007 ?) used by Macintosh clients. I've tried both mounting
> the filesystem and using smbclient. I realize that "character set" and
> "client code page" deals with these kind of issues when having clients
> writing files onto a samba server, but what parameters does the same
> when connecting to a windows share using samba? Thanks very much for any
AFAIK those settings control smbclient behaviour as well. For smbmount you
want the iocharset & codepage settings (and the matching kernel nls
modules compiled). Details in the smbmount manpage.
smbfs does not support unicode (yet, and I don't know if smbclient does)
so you may still have trouble there.
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