[cvsnt] Re: Server/Client codepage translations

Alexandre Sénéchal asenechal at optifor.net
Fri Oct 28 21:06:42 BST 2005

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Ok, I will look into configuring my gentoo box to use UNICODE and
fr_CA.utf-8 by default then.
thanks for your explanations.

Tony Hoyle wrote:

> Alexandre Sénéchal wrote:
>> 15:23:06: -> Server codepage is ANSI_X3.4-1968
> Ahh didn't see that one.
> Your server is configured for 7 bit ASCII, which isn't particularly
> useful outside the mainland US (I'm surprised a modern linux distro
> would use that as the default.. most use UTF8 or at least give a
> selection of ISO8859 codepages on install).
> You can override the locale on the server in the /etc/cvsnt/PServer,
> but in that case where you're storing multilingual files regularly
> it'd be better to change the codepage that the whole server is running
> under to something that understands that (no idea how you'd do that
> under gentoo thouth).
> Tony
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