El Viernes, 3 de Agosto de 2007, escribió: > On Fri, Aug 03, 2007 at 11:36:02AM +0200, Raúl Sánchez Siles wrote: > > > > This is not true for GNU/Linux kernel where you can find that > > CONFIG_NLS_DEFAULT is set to "iso8859-1". This prevents uaing utf-8 > > charset for mounted filesystems for example samba (smbfs), and maybe > > others. > > Sorry, in what sense is this true? Does 'mount.smbfs -o iocharset=utf8' > not work as expected? Well, I should have explained better. That command would work as expected, but I'm talking about the default behaviour, so if you don't specify -o iocharset=utf8 the default will be iso-8859-1. I discovered the issue when talking to someone else on etch and since I use my own build GNU/Linux kernel I can't test it right now. But while he was using his sytem the nls_utf8.ko was not loaded. I don't know the exact implications of this. > > iso8859-1 may no longer be the most appropriate default, but all this > setting is is a default. From this I understand that iso-8859-1 may not be the best for etch, but now it's now. Please, correct me if I'm wrong. Thanks. -- Raúl Sánchez Siles
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