[Bug 222734] Re: Samba usershares in lower-case

Jeremy Allison jra at samba.org
Sat Mar 13 01:40:43 GMT 2010

The reason the sharename is lowercased is so we can tell immediately if
another usershare exists using a case-variant of the same name (SMB
shares are case insensitive). In order to fix this (it's not an issue in
the server code as far as I can see) the usershare creation code would
have to scan the entire directory to look for case-differing versions of
the new sharename, and replace them if needed.


Samba usershares in lower-case
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