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Re: The Directory Name Is Invalid

From: Thomas Lehmann <t.lehmann_at_rtsgroup.net>
Date: Thu, 13 Aug 2009 23:18:39 -0700 (PDT)

David Weintraub schrieb:
> Is this NFS partition a Unix partition?
> There is also a difference in the way Windows and the standard Unix FS
> handle file names. I wonder if you have two files with the same name, but
> different casing. For example: "Foo.xml" vs. "foo.xml".
> This is especially a problem with an already existing Unix NFS partition
> mounted upon a Windows machine.
> Try mounting that NFS partition on a Unix or Linux (but not a Mac) system
> and see if there are duplicate file names that differ only in the letter
> casing.

No! (two times)
a) We have no two files in the same folder just differing in name
b) The XML file is only one example. Also none XML files have the same


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