Filenames on msdos fs get an extra char
Funny problem here. In /mnt I have an usb memory stick with msdos fs
(fat32) on mounted. Box is latest master.
- touch a
- ls a*
- mv aa b
- ls b*
ls: No match.
- ls b
- rm bb
rm: bb: No such file or directory
If I remount I can remove bb. With only digits in the filename it works:
- touch 1
- ls 1*
- mv 1 2
- ls 2*
Anyone else seeing this? Kind of annoying when you use msdos fs to move
files to OSes/programs that use the filename extension to recognize file
Updated by herrgard almost 11 years ago
No, I don't. Just a plain 'mount_msdos /dev/da8 /mnt' to mount it. I had
LC_CTYPE set to sv_SE.UTF-8, but unsetting it didn't change anything.
I think of the two usb sticks I tried with one are formatted on Mac OS and the
other one on some Windows. I'll play some with this.
Updated by polachok almost 11 years ago
Can you test this, please: