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Month: April 2017

Re: [trinity-users] konqueror can not read directories named ##xxxxxx

From: kanenas@...
Date: Tue, 18 Apr 2017 04:11:47 -1000
On Tuesday 18 April 2017 00:53:53 Stefan Krusche wrote:
> Am Dienstag 18 April 2017 schrieb kanenas@...:
> > Running the latest 14 tde on the latest debian Jessie.
> > Had a manual backup and in it i had two directories with their names
> > being ##00bla1 and ##00bla2. When i plugged that drive thru a usb port,
> > opening the partition with conqueror resulted in useless recursive
> > openings of the two directories, nothing readable. After i opened the
> > same partition with thunar file manager i was able to see both files
> > starting with ##00, then i was able to graphically change the names of
> > the directories (in thunar), and, after ## was removed from the very
> > front of the name directory, the directories became visible and
> > accessible in conqueror.
> > should it be this way?
> > d.
> I can't reproduce that on my desktop system. Creating a folder named
> "##00bla1" and opening with konqueror doesn't seem to be problematic. Maybe
> the issue has to do with USB or USB file system (probably vfat ?!)
> Regards,
> Stefan
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novfat, ext3. It was an old backup, about 3 years old, i guess had some other 
issues. it had remained untouched. i will pull the 4-5 files i need and 
forget it for a few more years, until the drive dies. that was before 
returning exclusively to rsync for backups.