On Thu, Aug 22, 2013 at 5:12 PM, Vincent Veyron <vv(dot)lists(at)wanadoo(dot)fr> wrote:
> Le jeudi 22 août 2013 à 11:29 -0400, Don Parris a écrit :
> > Still, how could I have made UTF-8 the default encoding at install
> > time?
> I did several recent installations of Postgresql on Debian Wheezy with
> UTF8 and LATIN9, and my system's encoding was used every time.
> Installation steps outlined below.
> Before you install Postgresql, make sure your systems encoding is set to
> UTF-8, which you can check with :
> locale -a
> If it's not, run :
> dpkg-reconfigure locales
> and select UTF-8 for your language.
> Use apt-get to install Postgresql :
> apt-get install postgresql postgresql-client
> I'm not sure if Kubuntu adds some overhead to the installation process.
> You might want to try a regular debian install and add the KDE desktop
> to it.
Thanks Vincent. locale showed everything *except* LC_ALL as being
en_US.UTF-8. LC_ALL was empty. I can only guess that the LC_ALL setting
may have played a part in the problem. See my previous e-mail (sent just
a few minutes before this one). I may have also been fine if that system
had not lost connectivity. Trying out things on OpenSUSE 12.3, I do have
SSH connectivity and the Postgres server came up with template1 encoded as
UTF-8 by default. I'll test out the pgsql remote connectivity soon as well.
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