[Samba] smbd crash on character conversion

Jeremy Allison jra at samba.org
Wed Aug 27 18:56:03 GMT 2003

On Wed, Aug 27, 2003 at 08:50:47PM +0200, Szabo Tibor wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm trying to share a directory that contains files with non-ASCII
> characters (actually, hungarian chars, iso8859-2 or utf8 encoding, I'm not
> sure - the encoding of ext2) in their name. When I mount the share and try
> to list the contents of the directory, smbd crashes.
> samba version: 3.0.0rc1
> The shared dir is on an ext2 partition. My system is a debian woody. iconv
> is installed and samba's configure script founds it, however, it seems
> that smbd uses its own smb_iconv().
> In smb.conf I tried the parameter "character set = iso8859-2" and other
> values as utf8, cp852 etc, but the crash persists.
> log.smbd is below. Thanks in advance for any hints.

I've been doing a *lot* of work on this since RC1. Please test
with RC2 (due very soon) and log a bug if you can reproduce
this problem with RC2.



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