[Samba] Fonts on shares (thai)
chris at unity-worldwide.com
Mon May 30 11:53:50 GMT 2005
>>On what lever does my samba server has to support thai fonts for the
>>thei filenames on the shares to work?
>By default Samba 3 uses UTF-8 filenames on disk and talks Unicode to the network.
>Basicly Thai filenames should just work, but they might look a bit weird when
>viewed from the unix side.
Interesting. If I try to create a file with thai filename on the share I
get underscore characters instead of thai characters. The server is
debian unstable by the way (samba-3.0.14a).
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