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I have installed an Ubuntu/Samba file-server. It runs on Ubuntu Fiesty 7.04. There are 3 Macs that access it. I believe two are either OSX or OS9 and one is for sure OSX. They are copying a bunch of files to the server from the Macs. It seems that some directories are copied and then renamed to something random such as DG0909~J... Then, I login to the Ubuntu/Samba box and go to the shared directory, and do a 'dir' command. It says the directory is labelled as 'Dee Lundy', like it should be. But when I try to 'cd' into that directory, it says it doesn't exist. So I rename the folder from the Mac...from 'DG0909~J' back to 'Dee Lundy' like it should be. I then tried the 'cd' command again on the Ubuntu/Samba box into the 'Dee Lundy' directory and now it is recognized as valid. I tried copying the files from the Mac to a Windows box, and THEN copying from the Windows box to the Ubuntu/Samba box. The same directory that was renamed previously was named correctly from the Window's box...except for an odd looking character at the end. This is a problem because I must have the original directory names for these files to work (they are mostly website files and depend on the structure). I can't go through and find and fix every renamed directory in a 80GB set of files.
i am having the same issue - my client uses extremely long file names that include spaces and occasionally the folders get renamed... I believe this is definitely a Samba issue because i can SSh in and view the folder name - it looks normal - but if a view the folder via SAMBA it looks crooked... I am hoping Netatalk will not do this...
What are some other protocols that i can use in an office environment that i can use instead of samba?