[RCD] GB2312, ISO-2022-KR

Vladimir Gorpenko vgo at stels.ru
Tue Sep 27 10:52:27 CEST 2016


All many thanks. 

The problem was really solved by copying/usr/lib64/gconv in /chroot. Why
mbstring didn't work and whether it works now - I don't know, but iconv,
obviously, works.

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Best regards,
   Vladimir Gorpenko 

Kyle Francis писал 2016-09-27 01:27:

> Vladimir, 
> 
> Is it possible to add iconv to your chroot? Are you permitted to since this is a production machine?  If so that seems your best option.  It seems as though you will need to copy the /usr/lib/gconv directory into your chroot root as well. 
> 
> See https://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=44096 towards the end if the page. 
> 
> Kyle 
> 
> On Sep 26, 2016 4:41 PM, Vladimir Gorpenko <vgo �� stels.ru> wrote:
>> 
>> Something managed to be clarified. Perhaps, it will be interesting.
>> 
>> If you remember, I have two servers, will call them W and T. T normally 
>> opens letters in these codings, W shows something like the Arab 
>> characters.
>> 
>> 1. In case of conversion of the codings RC at first tries to use iconv. 
>> As iconv(php) is an interface to the linux utility iconv, it doesn't 
>> work at the server W where chroot is used. On the T server iconv 
>> transforms both of these codings normally.
>> 
>> 2. In the second queue  RC tries to apply mbstring to conversion of 
>> codings. Mbstring, apparently, doesn't understand GB2312 (GBK), but 
>> understands ISO-2022-KR. Nevertheless, mbstring also doesn't work at W 
>> server. I think, the reason is also somehow connected to chroot.
>> 
>> I suppose, RC has problems with different codings by operation under 
>> chroot. Though I still hope to set up operation of iconv and mbstring.
>> 
>> -- 
>> Best regards,
>> Vladimir Gorpenko
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