Thank you for our time and help.
I think that clearly iso8859-15 is my issue, because it has á,é,í,ó,ú,ñ and € (€ symbols is the difference between -1 and -15 versions).
After this, I have guessed that iocharset=iso8859-15 has been replaced by nls=iso8859-15, but no luck yet.
I have to found out the solution to "CIFS server not responding" hang on logout. Fortunately I found solution on this same forum (with a workaround script).
But the charset is still not fine.
How can I find my TERA disk charset? This HDD was previously mounted and installed into XP machine, but I installed (without changes) in my Ubuntu machine (virus free)...
This is my recent fstab line (see very useful _netdev command, than wait for network to connect for mounting the unit):
//192.168.1.13/tera /media/TERA cifs _netdev,auto,exec,user,rw,nls=iso8859-15 0 0
Originally Posted by dmizer