Re: LONG FILE NAMES
Thanks for being the focus point I figured out this
problem.. the /etc/fstab had hda1 and hdb1 listed as
msdos instead of vfat.
--- "D. Hoyem" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I have Debian installed on hdb2(swap) and hdb3(/),
> hdb1 is a small vfat partation. hda is
> vfat wind98 programs. When I did the install of
> I mounted hda in /Fat-c and hdb1 in /Fat-d. I
> attempted to put them in the /mount directory, one
> would go there but the other would not... both were
> labeled vfat:win95 and I assume that you can not
> 2 of the same in /mount. The problem is that when I
> open those drives to copy something from them to
> Debian they use the short file name ie comm~1.deb
> instead of communicator-base-275_4.75-2.deb, it is
> this way if I use gmc or open the directory and use
> ls. How do I correct this? When I look at a
> on the cdrom they are the long file name....Help.
> Thanks in advance
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