Mon Dec 1 11:34:25 GMT 2003
behavior, and I should be able to override it by using the [global] config
client code page = 437
However, this seems to have no effect whatsoever. I still get the
graphical box characters, even after stopping and restarting the server.
I tried going into the Win2K Regional Options control panel and playing
with the default system locale, but even if I make this English(UK), it
doesn't help. It does make 'chcp' report that the default is 850 instead
of 437, but despite the documentation's suggestion that this output from
chcp would indicate success, the file explorer still shows the wrong
This is especially problematic because I cannot access these files! The
samba server will silently fail to return them if I click on them, because
it is as if they don't exist under those wacky names.
Any suggestions appreciated.
mike j. brown, software engineer at | xml/xslt: http://skew.org/xml/
webb.net in denver, colorado, USA | personal: http://hyperreal.org/~mike/
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