Originally Posted by Ygrex
Does that line if fstab helps you? I cannot understand how does it works
If you mount that with 'mount' command, so you should assign CIFS in fstab instead of SMBFS. Then you'll get full access to mount options, like codepage and iocharset.
Thanks Ygrex - using CIFS as the mount option works - the Chinese filenames display correct.
However, now I have another problem - with the following:
//dan/moses /mnt cifs credentials=/root/.smbcredential,iocharset=utf8,dmode=0777,fmode=0666,uid=1000 0 0
When I create a new file, the permission is set to
however, the user is not me, but a number, so I don't have access to that file...
Are there a way to force the mode of a created file to 666?