Am Donnerstag, 23. März 2017, 09:23:36 CET schrieb Johannes Meixner:
On Mar 22 21:32 Axel Braun wrote (excerpt):
I noticed that if root mounts the drive (via KDE desktop), all special characters (ä, ü, ß) are corrupted. If normal user mounts the drive, everything looks OK.
I don't think it depends on the user who monts a filesystem. I think it depends on the user who uses a monted filesystem.
When I mouint the filesystem as user, all Umlauts are correct. When I then start dolphin in Superuser-Mode, they are still correct.
So it depends on the user who mounts it.