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Autor Neuinstall webserver utf8   1  # 4  top

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Hallo versuche gerade eine Neu Install unter einem Apache 2 Webserver auf dem Standardmäßig ut8 anstatt von ISO-8859-1
Dadurch funktioniert combrix nicht richtig.
auch der Versuch in der .htaccess
AddDefaultCharset ISO-8859-1 hinzuzufügen nützt nichts.
Für Ideen wäre ich dankbar
Autor RE: Neuinstall webserver utf8   2  # 4  top


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Fehler gefunden auf dem Webserver lief PHP 5.6 .....auf PHP 5.4 downgrade und alles lüppt.
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danke für diese Information
Ich muss denoch COMBRIX für alle lauffähig bekommen.

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Autor RE: Neuinstall webserver utf8   4  # 4  top

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hallo hab schon die neue myslq wie kann weiter führen
MySQL >= 4.0.10a hab cpanel auf server
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