Is there a way to tell Finder to not use (or worry about) the ._* files and other meta-data files it normally tries to use when it's on a network share?
Currently when I'm in Finder and I try to copy a file to a network share it results in an error:
The Finder canxe2x80x99t complete the operation because some data in xe2x80x9cfile_namexe2x80x9d canxe2x80x99t be read or written. (Error code -36)
But I can copy the file from the terminal command line to the network share and use it from Finder afterward just fine. It seems that the meta-data isn't really needed on the network share. Is there a way to tell Finder this?
For reference, I'm using Snow Leopard and the share is a Samba share on a Linux server.