[Samba] Mac OS X canonically decomposed UTF-16 filenames
lindner at inuus.com
Sun May 11 02:46:44 GMT 2003
I'd like to find some way for Samba to convert the filenames created
by Macintosh OS X into something windows can use.
According to their docs:
filenames are stored as
canonically decomposed Unicode 2.1 in UTF-16 format (a sequence of
Samba running on a mac seems to work okay. It's when I write data to
an NFS volume where I get in trouble. I'm running samba on a linux
that exports NFS shares for Mac systems.
So.. my question is:
* Did Apple patch Samba? Or is the libc doing something to convert
* I'm trying to get Samba 3.0 to work. Does anyone know which, if
any iconv encoding can deal with the on-disk format of mac
An example filename is available at:
this should appear as:
(assuming the iso-8859-1 encoding of this email message works...)
Any and all help on this is appreciated...
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