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Hi all.... I'm using Red Hat 9 and I'm having problems with accents and ñ characters. Since my native is Spanish when I write texts I get strange characters instead of the accents and ñs. eg. if I use gedit and/or NVU 0.30 web editor after write the text and save it, if I look at it in a web page i get those estrange characters.
Ok thanks, I wrote using the í way and for ñ is ñ
Have noticed that there are several ways to do this, some for writing in a terminal and others for X
Some are archives that must be modifyed or write commands in a terminal. But the problem is that I have a database in ISIS to load and our operator reported problems with this. I'll check them tomorrow and finaly know what isgoing on.
I have notice that some servers parse correctly the ñ and accents, and some other not. Like my apache running on my home computer works with no problem. Now I am renting a dedicate server that uses Fedora with ensim, but it has the problem with the ñ and accents.
Is ther any file I have to change to configure it rigtht. Maybe the http.conf? I would check it out. I any can help I would apreciated. Thanks,