What format is <host> parameter when doing an smbclient -L
Allen, Michael B (RSCH)
Michael_B_Allen at ml.com
Mon Nov 4 23:55:12 GMT 2002
smbclient -L hostname -W ntdomain -U user
and enter password. I think you can change the codepage of the client with
'client code page = 932' in global in smb.conf but man SMB.CONF(5) for the
proper syntax. To actually enter a japanese name in an english (or other)
environment you can try to change your locale:
$ LANG=ja_JP.EUC-JP smbclient -L hostname ...
but I don't know if EUC-JP corresponds to codepage 932. I just got that from
a quick google. Or maybe you just need to change the locale of your terminal
with $ LANG=ja_JP.EUC-JP xterm ... but I'm really guessing at this point. You
get the idea. Might also try ja_JP.UTF-8 but I doubt smbclient supports UTF-8.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kevin Arnold [SMTP:imlucid at mac.com]
> Sent: Monday, November 04, 2002 4:40 PM
> To: smb-clients at lists.samba.org
> Subject: What format is <host> parameter when doing an smbclient -L call?
> I have a problem where I am trying to get a list of shares from a windows machine using the smbclient -L call.
> The windows box in question is a Japanese install and has a name that is in japanese.
> What encoding/form should I use as the parameter to the -L parameter?
> I tried using a % escaped version of the name but that didn't work. It did however work when using it with nmblookup.
> Any help would be appreciated!
> -- Kevin Arnold
> -- Senior Software Engineer
> -- Service Discovery Technologies
> -- Directory Services Group
> -- Apple Computer
> -- And yes, I HAVE seen the show "The Wonder Years"...
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