[CentOS] Special character with Apache in Centos 4.3
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Mon May 8 21:31:19 UTC 2006
John Hinton wrote on Mon, 08 May 2006 15:49:33 -0400:
> My point is this.
No, your point were "dumb Microsoft chars" and phantasms about "Bill".
The default charset used in Frontpage cannot be read
> by the default charset in RedHat EL systems.
You are confusing a few things. Doing pages in iso-8859-1 is very, very
fine. However, if you install a webserver and tell it to serve iso-8859-1
pages as utf-8 this doesn't fit. This is not a fault on either side of the
software. It's a configuration mistake. Believe me. If you are talking
about moving pages from one system to the other and having problems with
editing them. Yes, if the character set doesn't match, that is a problem.
Again, this is not a software problem, but a configuration problem. Either
edit on both systems in the one or the other character set. This has
nothing to do with any phantasms about "Bill" or "dumb Microsoft chars".
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