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RE: [SLE] SMB Share Time Stamp
I can't replicate this issue from WinXP Pro to a SMB share on a Slackware
box (only one available atm). It keeps the timestamp the same.

Thanks,
Warren

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Clint Tinsley [mailto:clintin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Saturday, July 01, 2006 5:29 PM
> To: SLE
> Subject: [SLE] SMB Share Time Stamp
>
> Hello,
>
> I don't think this is an issue with SMB specific to SuSE 10.1
> as I found the got the same result when I accessed the
> Windows share from a laptop I have Fedora Core 5 running on.
> But since SuSE 10.1 Open is what I am running on my main
> computer, I am asking the question here.
>
> The issue I have is that the time stamp on all the folders is
> Wed 31 Dec 1969 5:00:00 PM MST and this is the time stamp
> that is picked up when I move the folders from the Windows XP
> computer to my SuSE system (or Fedora Core 5). A directory
> on the WindowsXP box shows the correct time stamps spreading
> over the past 6 years. The Windows box and the Linux
> computers are all on the same subnet and all have the same
> "clock" time (although not sychcronized but within a minute
> of each other).
>
> Anybody have any idea of how to resolve this issue. I know
> you can put an time offset in the smb.conf file but this is
> not an offset issue as the time stamp on viewing the share is
> constant regardless of time or day of week.
>
> Would appreciate any guidance on this. Tempted to blame
> Winders on this as a XP issue but who knows?
>
> Thanks.
>
> Clint
>
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