A few months ago I figured out how to configure Samba to work with non-ASCII filenames. Samba 3.0 changed all this, the new magic incantation is
unix charset = iso8859-1
display charset = iso8859-1
dos charset = cp850
I sure wish I could just use UTF-8. But it's remarkably difficult to make a Linux environment happy with UTF-8, so I'm stuck with Latin-1. I don't really know why cp850 (a bastardized Latin-1) is the right thing on the Windows end, is that the default for US WinXP systems?
  2003-11-09 01:46 Z