|Subject:||Re: How do delivere a directory listing (NTFS partition) in utf-8 than in iso8859-1|
|Posted by:||Ãlvaro G. Vicario|
|Date:||Fri, 30 Jul 2010|
El 29/07/2010 15:40, Toralf FÃ¶rster escribiÃ³/wrote:
> I defined a directory + alias of a NTFS partition within the config file
> If I point my browser to that location then all german umlauts are displayed
> w/ the wrong character set - eg the string "KÃ¶ln" is displayed as "KÃƒÂ¶ln/ ".
> (BTW there aren't files are in that directory, only subdirectories)
> How can I tell apache2 to not deliver the header of the page with "Content-
> Type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1" b/c adding "AddDefaultCharset UTF-8"
> to the appropriate Directory directive in the config file seems not to work.
The manual page is located
Scroll down to the IndexOptions directive. One of the options is Charset
(valid since Apache 2.0.61).
How do delivere a directory listing (NTFS partition) in utf-8 than in iso8859-1 posted by FÃ¶rster on Thu, 29 Jul 2010