Another problem with ls ...
Sun Oct 5 16:35:00 GMT 1997
> On Sun, 5 Oct 1997, Bizzaro wrote:
> > > > I have a different problem with ls: a "ls -l" of a directory on a
> > > > remote disk mounted using "Map Network Drive..." from the Windows 95
> > > > "Windows Explorer" returns rather odd numbers for the file sizes. The
> > > > DOS "dir" command, however, returns the right file sizes.
> > >
> > > I _think_ it is a known problem that network drives do strange things to
> > > GNU-Win32. I don't know of any fixes at the moment. Does the unc mapping
> > > give you the same errors?
> > I just tried it, mapping to my Linux box with samba. It reports the correct
> > file sizes. Perhaps it is more with whatever type of system you are connecting
> > to.
> Tried what? The drive mapping or the unc pathname? What type of network
> was the erronous drive mounted with?
> - alex
I did an ls with a mapped network drive, as well as just ls //unc/etc to my
Linux box. They both reported the correct file sizes. So, my guess is less of
a problem with ls, but perhaps something with what sort of target system the
original poster had.
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