Lajos Barf (l(dot)barf(at)hvg(dot)hu) reports a bug with a severity of 2
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Can't short hungarian database with PostgreSQL on Debian/Woody
I want to use PostgreSQL with Hungarian national location and character set.
I installed it on Debian/Woody with --enable-locale and --enable-multibyte options.
(The postgres user's special enviroment variables were setting (export LANG=hu_HU,
export LC_CTYPE=hu_HU, export LC_COLLATE=hu_HU, export LC_ALL=hu_HU
export USE_LOCALE=hu_HU) .
The installation was succesful. The PostgreSQL works, but the ordering
(with hungarian special national characters) isn't operate.
I tried a lot of installation method (etc. %env_var%=hu_HU.ISO8859-2,
--enable-multibyte=LATIN2, ...), but the ordering has never operated.
Yesterday I installed the PostgreSQL on a Debian/Potato release with the same procedure
and it worked properly.
I would like to use the PostgreSQL on Woody release anyhow, but I don't know what to do/try next.
I would be glad to recevie any suggestion or working example for this.
Thank you for your fast answer.
With best regards
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