[Samba] How to mount a resource with non ascii chars??
mcuff at jareva.com
Mon Aug 12 15:02:01 GMT 2002
Thanks for the suggestion.
Things still behave the same though.
Is there any provsision for specifying the resource in hex?!?
Something like: //192.168.7.44/:83:43:83:4e
Since the resource is a windows share, would I be sending Unicode across
Urban Widmark wrote:
> On Fri, 9 Aug 2002, Michael Cuff wrote:
>>However, mount -t smbfs -o 'username=Administrator,password='
>>//192.168.1.1/däta /mnt/data1 always fails with ERRDOS ERRNosuchshare
>>Smbmount versions 2.2.1 and 2.2.5 have the same behavior.
>>I've tried adding iocharset=utf8 and various codepages.
> The iocharset and codepage options are for smbfs use and not smbmount.
> Does it help if you add this to your smb.conf:
> character set = ISO8859-1
> client code page = 850
> (Yes, it's ugly that there are two settings for this ...)
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