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Old 26th August 2008, 13:54
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Default iconv in the ISPConfig chrooted environment

Please kindly help to set up iconv to work in the ISPConfig chrooted environment on Debian Etch.

Like with other programs I just added

/usr/bin/iconv

to the APPS line in /root/ispconfig/scripts/shell/create_chroot_env.sh

and then enabled shell access for the site where iconv is needed.

Well, iconv IS copied and that's fine but apparently some libraries are not copied in the process - so when I type "iconv -l" from the user's shell, the list of supported encodings is considerably smaller that the list that I get if I type the same as root.

Please kindly advise what I have to add to "create_chroot_env.sh" in order to get all the available encodings for iconv (most important for me is windows-1251)?
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