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Re: tramp not working linux, quotation marks

From: Neal Becker
Subject: Re: tramp not working linux, quotation marks
Date: Sun, 24 Sep 2017 08:55:09 -0400
User-agent: KNode/4.14.10 wrote:

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> On Sun, Sep 24, 2017 at 02:20:13PM +0200, Bastian Beischer wrote:
>> Hey Neal and Michael
>> recent versions of "ls" from GNU coreutils have introduced quotes for
>> certain filenames (those with spaces, but also others). The "ls" shipped
>> with Fedora 26 should be recent enough I think, so it could be the issue.
> Hm. Possible. Here's an extract of ls info:
>   ‘--quoting-style=WORD’
>        Use style WORD to quote file names and other strings that may
>        contain arbitrary characters. [...]
>        You can specify the default value of the ‘--quoting-style’ option
>        with the environment variable ‘QUOTING_STYLE’.  If that environment
>        variable is not set, the default value is ‘literal’, but this
>        default may change to ‘shell’ in a future version of this package.
> Although just changing the default doesn't seem a very friendly thing to
> do.
> Cheers

Seems that
 '(dired-listing-switches "-al --literal")

fixes my issue, Thanks!

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