Mike Brown wrote:
Gan Uesli Starling wrote:
Solved! My generic installation of Apache 2 on NetBSD 1.6
held this line...
...so I changed it to...
...then re-started Apache and that fixed it.
You should remove the line altogether, or change it to
...unless you are certain that every single text/* document you serve is going
to be UTF-8 encoded. You are in effect overriding the meta tags altogether by
using this feature.
That makes sense, I will try that.
The ex-post-facto escaping of Unicode via Perl, interestingly,
seems to overcome that Apache option regardless. I will retain
the Perl script as a hedge against such time as when I might
encounter a similar problem on a server which is not under my
Thanks for the help.
Mistera Sturno - Rarest Extinct Bird
<(+)__ Gan Uesli Starling
((__/)=- Kalamazoo, MI, USA
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