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Re: Samba and UTF-8

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  • gaojian858
    Somehow I couldn t downgrade it! I removed Smaba then try ipkg install http://ipkg.nslu2- linux.org/feeds/unslung/unstable/samba_3.0.23c-4_armeb.ipk -force-
    Message 1 of 3 , Aug 25, 2007
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      Somehow I couldn't downgrade it!

      I removed Smaba then try "ipkg install http://ipkg.nslu2-
      linux.org/feeds/unslung/unstable/samba_3.0.23c-4_armeb.ipk -force-
      reinstall" and it start download 3.0.23 but then switch to
      installation of the newest version 3.0.25b-1.

      Also tried "-force-downgrade", same thing happened!

      Any idea?

      Thanks for the help.


      --- In nslu2-linux@yahoogroups.com, Robert Hammond <rob.hammond@...>
      > In message <fa4ngf+haqs@...>, gaojian858 <gaojian858@...>
      > writes
      > >I use UTF-8 showing file's name in Chinese and it works fine until
      > >today. After I did the "ipkg upgrade" my samba become version
      > >1. All the shares are works but it can not show Chinese char! I
      > >smb.conf and it was the same as before(i.e. unix charset = UTF-8
      > >display charset = UTF-8 dos charset = UTF-8)
      > >
      > >How can I go back to the previous version?
      > >
      > Firstly suggest that you change your samba config entries from UTF-
      > change them to UTF8 to match the syntax as shown on the Samba web
      > My gut feeling is that this change will not fix your problem.
      > If you are running your NSLU2 with Unslung firmware then the
      > versions of Samba can be down loaded directly from :-
      > <http://ipkg.nslu2-linux.org/feeds/unslung/unstable/>
      > There are 13 earlier versions to choose from 3.0.22-1 to 3.0.25a-2
      > Down load and copy the file (example samba_3.0.25a-2_armeb.ipk) to
      > NSLU2 folder such as the /public folder.
      > Then do a local install using :-
      > ipkg install /public/samba_3.0.25a-2_armeb.ipk
      > Note that if you encounter installation error messages then you may
      > to either remove the faulty version first or use perhaps the
      > -force-reinstall flag
      > --
      > Robert Hammond
      > PGP:0x154144DA
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