|Subject:||[rdiff-backup-users] Again about Windows and Linux|
|Date:||Tue, 21 Apr 2009 17:12:36 +0000|
After readed the whole archive (it took me a long time) i haven't (totally) found an answer.
Here is my problem:
I used rdiff to backup Windows folders of several machine on a Debian etch server.The backup are done by a batch on the windows machine by calling rdiff.exe and plink through the CMD of windows XP or VISTA.
Its work great:
I can backup c:/mydirectorie , c:/MyPics/y&urPics etc...
But when i tried to backup c:/réc or c:/àlcol its create on the debian folder names like c:/r?c or c:/?lcol.
Aparently i am not the only user with this kind of strange things.but aparently there is no real solution?!
I have found the post [rdiff-backup-users] [PATCH] Unicode support on Windows, Josh Nisly, 2009/04/08
But i dont understand how to use the patch even if i am sur it can help me.
Its a python script so it must be used on the LInux side to rename the strange folder names after the backup batch?
where can i found the attached files containing the script?
Thanks a lot
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