5881Re: Constantly getting "Path too deep" error when putting files on shares
- Apr 27, 2005Sure! I assume you mean the FAQ page on the nslu2-linux.org website
using the wiki right? There does not seem to be one here (anymore?)...
--- In email@example.com, Rod Whitby <list.yahoo@r...>
> Arno,mix well.
> Can you please add this to the FAQ? 10Mb hubs and slugs just don't
> -- Rod
> On 4/27/05, AETJansen <aetjansen@h...> wrote:
> > Solved! It turns out, this is not a problem of the nslu's new
> > firmware, actually not any firmware related, more hardware
> > For testing I had switched the nslu to a separate network, but its
> > speed was 10mbs instead of my normal 100mbs network.
> > The nic drops too many packets then. It is consistent, I cannot
> > large files when on the 10mbps network...well..
> > I thought I might post this here as others may run into this as
> > Arno
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "AETJansen" <aetjansen@h...>
> > >(seems
> > > Hi All,
> > >
> > > Recently I have unslung my nslu with the 3.18 beta version. It
> > > to) works beautifully! I can still use the webinterface andtelnetting
> > > is working properly. Also, I was able to install dropbear anduse ssh.
> > >disc. I
> > > But, for some reason, I cannot add any files onto the shared
> > > did run /sbin/unsling on the hdd I am using.I
> > >
> > > I have mapped a drive in windows XP (no sp2 installed) and when
> > > create a new file on the share (right-click on the share in thefile
> > > explorer and choose new->text document). Then, I can open thefile and
> > > type some text and safe it again.v for
> > >
> > > However, all files I try to copy (ctrl+c for copy and use ctrl-
> > > pasting), are not copied properly. A file is created on theshare,
> > > exactly 0 bytes in size, but with the correct filename. Alsoafter a
> > > couple minutes trying, I get a popup with an error saying "pathtoo
> > deep".happened on
> > >
> > > What have I done wrong? I do not know if this would have
> > > the normal firmware as well if I was to revert to the originalsometime ago,
> > > firmware. But it did work when I used the stock firmware
> > > when I got the device...Wiki at
> > >
> > > Anyone can help me with this one?
> > >
> > > Best,
> > > Arno
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