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Old 02-14-2008, 07:17 PM
"Ashley Benton"
 
Default apache2 AddDefaultCharset problem

Did you restart the server after you changed your settings?
/etc/init.d/apache2 restart
If yes the fact of simply taking of the # sign should have worked, when you restart the server does it give you an error message?

Meg

On Thu, Feb 14, 2008 at 3:09 PM, Alexandra Zaharia <f0rg3r@gmail.com> wrote:

On 2/14/08, Ashley Benton <meggalen@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi,
Sorry I found it #AddDefaultCharset UTF-8 is added after the "read documentation...encodings tags" And yes there is the # sign in front of it.
Hope that will help
Meg
Hi*Meg,



I*know*that*by*default*this*line*is*commented*out* in*/etc/apache/conf.d/charset. As I said, I had it de-commented and also made sure I had an "Include /etc/apache/conf.d/" line in /etc/apache2/apache2.conf as well - well at least that was the first "test" and when I saw this didn't work,*I*tried*the*other*way*around: I commented out the "Include /etc/apache2/conf.d/" line in /etc/apache2/apache2.conf (which should disregard anything found in /etc/apache2/conf.d, as I see it) and added the "AddDefaultCharset utf-8" line _directly_ in /etc/apache2/apache2.conf. Oddly enough, this didn't work out either.



Alex.




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Old 02-14-2008, 07:30 PM
"Alexandra Zaharia"
 
Default apache2 AddDefaultCharset problem

On 2/14/08, Ashley Benton <meggalen@gmail.com> wrote:
Did you restart the server after you changed your settings?
/etc/init.d/apache2 restart
If yes the fact of simply taking of the # sign should have worked, when you restart the server does it give you an error message?

Meg

You can't even imagine how many restarts my apache server has seen in the past few days, arrghhh =)

No, at restart it didn't output any error message, which leads me to think that*there*was nothing wrong with the syntax*I*used*(in*both*/etc/apache2/apache2.conf*and*/etc/apache2/conf.d/charset).

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Old 02-14-2008, 07:31 PM
Gerald Dachs
 
Default apache2 AddDefaultCharset problem

Am Thu, 14 Feb 2008 22:04:36 +0200
schrieb "Alexandra Zaharia" <f0rg3r@gmail.com>:
> Thanks again for the hint, I'll keep on trying a little bit more with
> apache (including asking on their mailing lists what's wrong) and if
> that won't help... I might as well try lighttpd (after all... the
> whole OSS concept *is* about alternatives, actually).

You are right, but I think the other way round. Apache is only a fatter
and slower alternative to lighttpd. The only problem I had, was
that I couldn't get subversion running with lighttpd.

Gerald

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Old 02-14-2008, 07:41 PM
"Alexandra Zaharia"
 
Default apache2 AddDefaultCharset problem

On 2/14/08, Gerald Dachs <ubuntu@dachsweb.de> wrote:
You are right, but I think the other way round. Apache is only a fatter
and slower alternative to lighttpd.
Hahahaha!*Excellent!*This*will*make*a*great*quote* (when*I'll*try*lighttpd*and*most*probably*notice*y ou're*right).*


The only problem I had, was
that I couldn't get subversion running with lighttpd.


Sorry, I was never proficient at svn related stuff.

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Old 02-14-2008, 07:44 PM
"Ashley Benton"
 
Default apache2 AddDefaultCharset problem

yes I can imagine I did the same with mine the last 15 days (It didn't want to see the second virtual host) Thanks to the list the problem was solved. I have no idea what to try to solve your problem, wait a little to see if somebody who has more experience with apache can help you. Maybe you can check every files that Apache uses and check if there is a different configuration somewhere else. As there is no error message I don't think so but I don't have enough experience to be sure.

Good luck
Meg

On Thu, Feb 14, 2008 at 3:30 PM, Alexandra Zaharia <f0rg3r@gmail.com> wrote:

On 2/14/08, Ashley Benton <meggalen@gmail.com> wrote:

Did you restart the server after you changed your settings?
/etc/init.d/apache2 restart
If yes the fact of simply taking of the # sign should have worked, when you restart the server does it give you an error message?


Meg

You can't even imagine how many restarts my apache server has seen in the past few days, arrghhh =)

No, at restart it didn't output any error message, which leads me to think that*there*was nothing wrong with the syntax*I*used*(in*both*/etc/apache2/apache2.conf*and*/etc/apache2/conf.d/charset).



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