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Wed Aug 18, 2010 11:43 pm

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I encounter a strange behaviour on all of our SL SMB Server Shares:

writing to the share is no problem, but when I try to copy a file from the share to the local drive the access is denied. The error msg is: File or path not found.

Now it even gets worse. I installed unix tools for windows. When I do the copy with the Gnu cp command it works.

We already set the smb option unix extensions = no with no success.

Has anybody seen this before?



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Tue Sep 07, 2010 9:15 am

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I found out that files can be copied as long as they tave the extended attribut com.apple.ResourceFork set
As soon as the ResourceFork gets deleted the file can' t be copied anymore.

I also found out that the extended attributes are not always poperly displayed.
Sometimes an ls -l says there is no extended attribute but when I use hfsdebug than there is one.

Again, has anybody seen this?



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