Niall O Broin wrote:
>> Damn, but this whole area is a minefield.
>> My personal current fight with this with a PHP4 site which I'm trying to
> migrate off a RHEL 3 box, with a 3.23.xx version of MySQL. There is a small
> number of characters used which are non ASCII (the German ones with umlauts and
> the sz beta character) and for the life of me, I cannot persuade those to display
> correctly on the new site, no matter what magic options I use to dump and restore the
Is this related?
> I expect if I had a better fundamental understanding of the whole
> business I might be better off, so do we have a willing expert?
Perhaps this may be of use?
I have never had problems using the info in the links reference at:
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