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im a linux newbie. i would like to ask the windows share space character equivalent in linux command line. i got this problem when i try to mount a windows share name with a space in between. when i use vi to edit my fstab file and using the spacebar have a space in between. when i try to mount it, i got an error, the share cannot be found. for example, the windows share name is "cso files", it only detected cso, resulting to share cannot be found because "files" in the "cso files" share name is not detected.
i also found out that windows directory name with space in between got the same result but i found out that the equivalent of space character of windows directory name in linux is ?. for example, i got a windows directory filename "cso users", when i use the linux command line i had to type "cso?users" to access it.
now, when i try to substitute "?" for space in windows sharename, still the sharename cannot be found.