[Samba] Re: Swedish characters
mace2442 at hotmail.com
Fri Feb 8 01:18:33 GMT 2002
Sorry CVS update was last night. It's possible that the access denied
problem now is gone but since the iconv stuff died at the same time, Samba
now can't read it's config anymore. As soon as i get iconv back on the line
i will test the access denied again. As you wrote they did change the
error.c file. I checked the one i got and it's alright now but the binaries
that work with iconv are older
>From: David Lee <t.d.lee at durham.ac.uk>
>To: Mats olsson <mace2442 at hotmail.com>
>Subject: Re: Swedish characters
>Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2002 22:14:16 +0000 (GMT)
>On Thu, 7 Feb 2002, Mats olsson wrote:
> > I'm starting to get a grip on why the swedish characters doesn't seem to
> > work with samba 3.X
> > it's something in the handeling of external libiconv. I changed the
> > include/config.h so that it both had #define WITH_LIBICONV "/usr/local"
> > #define HAVE_NATIVE_ICONV 1
>I don't know about that one. But ...
> > then it worked. unfortunally i found the problem with copying files with
> > win2K explorer into a existing folder. It says access denied instead of
> > exists.
>This sounds like a bug in source/lib/error.c that was fixed about two days
>ago. (In fact it was this fix that caused the release of "2.2.3a" last
>night as a follow-up to last week's "2.2.3", if I understand correctly.)
> > I then uppdated from cvs and recompiled. Now the Iconv stuff is broken
> > again..
>According to the CVSweb interface to Samba, this fix was applied to both
>the 2.2.x series and to HEAD.
>My guess is that your update from CVS was done a few days ago, before this
>fix. If that is the case, then a fresh CVS update would probably fix this
>"access denied" problem for you.
>Hope that helps.
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