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Old 04-13-2004, 09:38 PM   #1
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Korean File Names and Samba

Hi all,
Sorry if I'm posting this the wrong forum, but I simply cudnt figure out the right forum.
I work in a Korean company which primarily runs on a windows environment. I've
just installed samba on my linux (mandrake 9.2) m/c to browse the neighbourhood. But whenever I mount the files through smbmount, the korean files names appear as wierd characters. I even tried changing the locale on my computer, but to no avail. Is it a problem with samba, or do i need some change in my system configuration.



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