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On Fri, May 21, 2010 at 4:42 PM, Michael Wood <email@example.com> wrote:
> Ah, so you're using smbmount or mount.cifs or something like that to
> get access to the Windows share?
Yes, I'm using mount -t cifs and then reading the files from within
the Linux file system.
> Presumably you can get logs on the Linux side if necessary?
Yes, I can get logs or anything else on the Linux side.
> Do things look better if you use smbclient to copy the file?
No, when I use smbclient I get spurious data as before.
I see now that the file delivered by smbclient has unmistakable
Windows stuff in it -- MSFT_CliFormat, MSFT_CliProperty and the like.
A working hypothesis at this point that the problem lies on the Windows
side. I can't fix it, but is there a way to work around it?
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