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Re: Could not open the requested SVN filesystem

From: <ilmars.katajs-paeglis_at_chase.com>
Date: 2006-02-15 21:12:26 CET

Ryan,

Thanks for the detailed explanation.
It seems that our server does not have the en_US.utf8 locale installed. I
have requested it to be installed, though it might take a while.

also, i am taking a week off. i will check back in about 12 days and post
my findings/results or maybe frustrations...: ) when i get back

thanx again for your input.

il

Ilmars Katajs-Paeglis

On Feb 15, 2006, at 19:28, ilmars.katajs-paeglis@chase.com wrote:

> I tried both setting up SVNPath as /sas/svnrepos/crma
> and SVNParentPath as /sas/svnrepos
>
> it does not work. I am getting exactly the same error as before.
>
> I am looking into changing locale. I found AddDefaultCharset line
> in apache config file.
> I change it to
> AddDefaultCharset UTF-8
>
> Unfortunately, when restarting server UTF8 charset can not be
> loaded. I think i am missing something
> but do not know what. I will keep browsing for more info on locale
> change.

No, that's definitely wrong and has nothing to do with it. I'd undo
your change there.

I have this feeling that Apache inherits the environment from the
shell used to start it, at least on some systems and possibly
depending on configuration. So I'd just try setting the LANG
environment variable to something UTF-8-ish and then starting (or
restarting) Apache.

For example....

export LANG=en_US.utf8
apachectl restart

That's assuming your operating system provides a locale called
"en_US.utf8"; check the listing of /usr/share/locale.
Received on Wed Feb 15 21:16:52 2006

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