[Samba] client code page and valid chars
litauer at uni-koblenz.de
Fri Dec 5 12:58:45 GMT 2003
Gunther Schlegel schrieb:
>>What can I do to configure the correct code page without loosing the
>>visiblity of filenames with german umlauts?
> shutdown samba
> convert them
> start samba with fixed configuration.
> There is a neat little perl script mentioned in the Samba3 HowTo
> Collection named "convmv". It can rename all files in your tree to
> correct names under unix.
this would be the hard way I think ... I am afraid of this, because I
don't know where our users got the old "corrupted" file names stored in.
Maybe in CVS-Repositories, network drives with synchronisation, etc. So
renaming the files without interaction of the files owner is not an
option for us.
I read the manual page of convmv and discovered: "As a result of that
the files which contain non-ASCII characters are screwed up if you
``ls'' them on the Unix server. If you change the ``character set''
variable afterwards to iso8859-1, newly created files are okay, but the
old files are still screwed up in the Windows encoding."
It would help me very much if I could see the old file names as "screwed
up". But I cannot see the at all if I change the charset configuration.
Christoph Litauer litauer at uni-koblenz.de
Uni Koblenz, Rechenzentrum, http://www.uni-koblenz.de/~litauer
Postfach 201602, 56016 Koblenz Fon: +49 261 287-1311, Fax: -100 1311
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