I have both Windows 7 and Kubuntu installed on a computer. They both have access to a NTFS partition. I don't know how that happened, but I now have a directory containing weird characters:
Bases de donnÃ©es, on this partition. The proper name should be
Bases de données. When I noticed this, I was running the Linux OS; (I am assuming that) the problem is that I tried renaming that file from there.
First of all, here is how the NTFS drive is mounted through
UUID=... /data ntfs-3g rw,users,auto,noexec,uid=0,gid=0,fmask=0111,dmask=0 0 0
I cannot get to rename this particular file, which messes things up: in the command line, I got the following error:
mv: cannot move `Bases de donnÃ©es/' to `Bases de données': Input/output error
Dolphin gave me an error of the same spirit. But despite this error, the directory seems to be copied: I now end up with two directories:
Bases de donnÃ©es and
Bases de données.
In order to fix the issue, I booted on Windows, but I now have a problem removing the "duplicated" folder: I get the following error (I don't have enough reputation to upload an image directly, here is the screenshot):
Error 0x80070570: The file or directory is corrupted and unreadable.
I can still open the files within the directories without a problem. In an attempt to diagnose the problem, I did create a directory with the same name (with the
/tmp and tried renaming it, and this did not reproduce the symptom. Also, running
ntfsfix did not solve the issue.
I would really appreciate some help to diagnose and fix this problem! Thanks!