Copy files with funny letters
I'm using RedHat Fedora 9 on my Laptop.
I have a 5G ext3 partition as well as a 5G ntfs and a 20G fat32 partition to be accessed by both operating systems.
Still i have another PC with WindowsXP, where all my files are stored. I want to transfer a couple of GB of my files (like mp3s and so on) to the fat32 partition on my laptop.
I managed to mount the Computer via smbfs already. Now my problem is, that when using
cp /mnt/winxp/mp3/ /mnt/shared/ -Rf
for example i get the following error message:
cp: regular file »/mnt/shared/Herbert Gr\224nemeier - Total Egal.mp3« could not be created: invalid arguement
(or something similar..... i translated it to englisch because my distribution is german)
whenever a file with an Umlaut (äöü) comes about.... while the "224" should be an Ö-umlaut
What can i do??
Thanks for your help