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Old 12-14-2002, 02:19 AM   #1
Registered: Oct 2002
Distribution: slackware 8.1
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Samba client

when i try to use samba to connect to a remote machine with win
(smbclient //xxxx/x -I, i sometimes have a problem
imagine the computer shares a disk and a folder
suppose the disk is called c.. soy a hit

smbclient //REMOTE_MACHINE/c -I and every thing is okey

but now comes the problem.. when y try to connect to the folder.. which is called "Documentos c" (spanish y cant t do it.. it seem that every time y wish to connect to a share which has spaces in the name i am not allowed to do it... if anyone has a solution y would be grateful. :P and excuse my english


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