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Re: File not found errors during CIFS copy to remote RHEL share



Marc Schwartz wrote:

So, to your point, arguably, SMB/CIFS seems to be replicating the
Windows Explorer behavior, even when not using the GUI to copy files.

Seems like this is arguably a bug in the implementation, since clearly
the Windows file system supports filenames and folders with leading
periods. It is just not clear to me if this is a bug in F8 or in RHEL or
both.

I have gone ahead and committed a bug against F8's Samba:

  https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=427951

I'll have to talk to my SysAdmin and see if he will let me connect via
NFS as an alternative in the mean time.

It sounds like someone might have added:
veto files = /.*/
to smb.conf.

But if ssh works, why don't you just use scp or
rsync -av -essh source_file_or_dir  user otherhost:/path
Or you can enter ssh://hostname/path in nautilus if you like a GUI file browser.

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  Les Mikesell
   lesmikesell gmail com


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