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Old 02 December 2020, 01:19   #6
palaste
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ztronzo View Post
Well thats how FS-UAE works.. renames all special characters to % + character code

Did you try renaming it from the amiga end back to "%" it should show up as "%25" on the host folder.
Or rename it from the host to "%25" (without the double quotes) as a workaround.. (Windows also supports % in filenames)

it gets wierder when loading zip or lha archives as harddrives per OS and FS-UAE version.. I have already reported those bugs...

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I typed
Code:
copy percent %
on the Amiga emulated by FS-UAE, and sure enough, it created a file called % that I could run all OK. On the host Linux system, the file appeared as %25. Typing
Code:
vamos %25
ran the program all OK directly in the Linux terminal.
I guess what confused me here is that although % is a legal character in file names in both AmigaOS and Linux, it is somehow not mapped directly between the two.
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