If there are Russian koi8-r characters in the file name path, NT based windows
say that the file can't be accessed on execution. The bug appeared in 3.0.2
unix charset = koi8-r
dos charset = cp866
display charset = koi8-r
What is the length of filenames?
Is there a NUMERO sign somewhere in a path (znak nomera)?
There is no "¹" sign...
here is an example
/mnt/windows_soft/Èíòåðíåò/SSH, Telnet/PuTTY 2002-01-12/putty.exe
it's just an example
so if I change Èíòåðíåò on Internet - everything will be OK.
Please send me level 10 smbd log of an attempt to list files in such a share.
I sent it to you by e-mail about 2 weeks ago. Did you recieve it?
Yes. Had no time to work on it. Hope to look at it over weekend.
Passed 2 months, so, any idea? bug is still there, I have to use old version...
Could you please check if the patch from Bug 1578 fixes your problem?
Any update on this? The blocking bug #1578 is resolved now.
marking as fixed in 3.0.11. Also changing version to 3.0.2a in order to
clear out preX abd rcX versions.
sorry for the same, cleaning up the database to prevent unecessary reopens of bugs.