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Re: [tlug] Apache config help



I did a quick look around, and that is _supposed_ to only affect documents
without a charset specified.  However it looks like the solution for peopl
who had simmilar problems is to set it to off in httpd.conf.

hope this helps.

--Matt
On Thu, Jun 20, 2002 at 04:49:46PM +1000, Jim Breen wrote:
> Sort-of answering my own enquiry...
> 
> [Jim Breen ([tlug] Apache config help) writes:]
> >> A kind person Somewhere In Europe is offering a site for a WWWJDIC mirror.
> >> He has no experience running Apache (neither have I), but the server is
> >> mostly running. HOWEVER it seems to be doing the http thingies that tell
> >> the browser that the pages are ISO-8859-1, thus overriding WWWJDIC's
> >> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=euc-jp">. To
> >> see Japanese you have to reset each page by hand to EUC-JP.
> >> 
> >> I know this is deep into RFM territory, but can someone give a quick
> >> indication of what to turn on/off. (It's a Debian system, BRW.)
> 
> I think  you need to turn AddDefaultCharset to "off" in the
> /etc/apache/srm.conf file. Does this ring a bell with anyone? The
> default is "off", but I see it's "on" at that site.
> 
> The Apache docs have .htaccess in the context for AddDefaultCharset, but it
> won't let me set it there.
> 
> Jim
> 
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