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<urban@teststation.com> (02/03/07 1.375.1.137)
[PATCH] smbfs nls oops fix

Fixes smbfs oopsing on failed nls translations and maps unknown
chars to
:#### strings. Also PATHLEN vs NAMELEN mixups.

Hi, apparently my smbfs mounts have had failed nls translations, but I
didn't know it -- never saw any warnings. So when I upgraded to 2.5.6 that
included this patch, the filenames on my samba mounts all turned into
"x00:x00..." etc. ;-)

Turning off CONFIG_SMB_NLS_DEFAULT produces a different, but still failing,
result.

How can I get samba working again? What am I doing wrong? And, why is samba
so stingy with the error messages in this case?

Thanks -- Regards -- Andy

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Andrew Grover
Intel Labs / Mobile Architecture
andrew.grover@intel.com



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Andrew Grover
Intel Labs / Mobile Architecture
andrew.grover@intel.com

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