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From George Valpak <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Japanese
Date Wed, 03 Sep 2003 06:42:01 GMT
The information below refers to any server following the http protocol, which is 8bit clean
and thus character set agnostic. that is why you have to specify the character set in HTML
- otherwise the browser has know way to know other than guessing.


At 06:53 PM 9/2/2003 -0700, Fabrice Trichard wrote:

>But this refers to version 2.0 and I would like to know if this is applicable to version
prior version 2.0.
>Joshua Slive <> wrote:  
>On Tue, 2 Sep 2003, Fabrice Trichard wrote:
>> Hi All, 
>> I am using Apache on Linux 7.1....english question is : 
>> Can Apache prior version 2 support Japanese characters along with 
>> Korean ...and if yes could anyone point out how to do it or a documentation 
>> explaining it.
>Apache send files. It doesn't care about the contents.
>Apache also sends meta-information about those files as part of the HTTP 
>headers. That meta-information is used by clients in deciding how to 
>handle the files. It is completely up to the server administrator 
>what kind of meta-information is sent. See: 
>and specifically 
>The official User-To-User support forum of the Apache HTTP Server Project. 
>See for more info. 
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