FAT32 corruption writing from Linux
alex at ourwoods.org
Sat Oct 8 23:10:20 UTC 2005
Sarangan Thuraisingham said the following on 10/08/2005 12:17 PM:
> On 10/8/05, *Alex Janssen* <alex at ourwoods.org
> <mailto:alex at ourwoods.org>> wrote:
> 'Forum Post said the following on 10/06/2005 11:23 PM:
> >Try following these directions:
> I am trying this mount based on the instructions at
> ubuntuguide.org <http://ubuntuguide.org>.
> Things seem to be more stable. At least no corruption is rearing its
> ugly head, yet.
> Do you know the purpose of the iocharset=utf8 option? Other advice I
> have read does not specify it.
> I think thats for filename conversions. But this options seems to be
> not recognised. Cos I get an error during startup( I am using Hoary
> BTW), saying that the utf8 is not a recognised option.
I am also running 5.04. When I mounted the FAT32 partition, I received
a warning that utf8 was not reccomended for FAT partitions. It also
said that the FAT mount would be case sensative using utf8. I have
discontinued use of that option to see what difference it makes.
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