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Re: using rsync with Win32/UNC pathnames?
Corinna Vinschen schrieb:
On Apr 3 13:10, Brian Dessent wrote:
Tomasz Chmielewski wrote:
Set CYGWIN=codepage:utf8 to enable UTF-8 support.
So once Cygwin learns how to speak UTF-8, I will finally be able to
backup all Windows files... :)
...and set LC_CTYPE=C-UTF-8, otherwise multibyte/wide char aware
application don't convert UTF-8 strings correctly from multibyte to
wide char and vice versa.
It works, but again, only locally.
Is there a way to tell these variables to a cygwin service (i.e., rsyncd
started with cygrunsrv?).
I tried to set them as a global variable (System -> Advanced ->
Environment variables), started new console, restarted rsyncd service
with cygrunsrv, but it doesn't have any effect on rsyncd service - files
with UTF-8 characters still fail to transfer (file has vanished).
This time, I used rsync 3.0.0 binary on a Linux server, so it's not a
problem with an old protocol etc.
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