apache2, webdav and locales

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by kherio, Nov 6, 2009.

  1. kherio

    kherio New Member

    Hi there,

    I have a question. On the apache I serve 2 sites with 2 VirtualHosts.

    My question is the following. Can I have one of the configured to use ISO-8859-1 and the other with UTF-8 ?
    Or just one of them in english and the other in Japanese?
    Is there any way to include an specific locale configuration on every VirtualHost?

    Is it possible?

    thx in advance
     
  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

  3. kherio

    kherio New Member

    Hi Falko and thx.
    I have tried to add the AddDefaultCharset option but it doesnt solve the problem.
    The problem is this:
    I have installed apache2, php5 and mysql5. On the apache i have an application with php to show the folders (which we can create via webdav).

    If I create the folder on the php site, I see it fine -with accents and Ñs- but no in the webdav XP mapped folder. And if i create the same folder from the webdav conection, I cannot see that accent on the php site but asccii characters.

    I dont think the problem is in the php site because we had the same php application on another server and the webdav worked fine (on debian etch). That's why I thought the problem was in the apache webdav virtualhost configuration.

    Is there any other thing to check or change to see the folder ok on both php and webdav? Or maybe the problem is with the locale variables?

    Thx in advence
     

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