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Someone reported invalid arabic characters in webmail (squirremail precisely)

How can I correct this on a cpanel box?

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i install mc but the mc is arabic how may i changes the mc to english? i installed mc of whm

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Mar 29, 2008

I'm seeing weird characters on my support home page:

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<td style="padding:0px"><p>Welcome to our Support Area.</p>

I've checked the two template files (header.tpl and homepage.tpl) but did not find such characters. Its boggling me. Not even whitespace.

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Sep 12, 2007

I have an oddball problem here that I haven't seen.

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Jan 7, 2008

Recently we have moved our Invision Power board (version 2.3.3) from InvisionPower hosting to a dedicated server. On our new server we have:
Apache 2.2.6
PHP 5.2.4
MySQL 5.0.24

Things seem to be about 95% OK, however, there are occasional problems with posting: several members tried to post Hungarian and French characters, like
&#336; &#336; &#368;

These are not getting through, and they get an error:

Bad Request

Your browser sent a request that this server could not understand.
Apache/2.2.0 (Fedora) Server at Port 80

Members have been asked to try with Explorer, Firefox and Opera, and all get the same results. This is strange, as most Croatian and Serbian characters that are accentuated, like:
&#269;, , &#263;,

These go through just fine, as well as Cyrillic alphabet is OK as well.

Additionaly, one member reported a problem that 3-4 times he got an error while posting (but is usually OK to post), and he writes in Serbian Cyrillic - which seems to be usually fine, but there is an odd problem and error message:

Method Not Implemented

POST to /forums/index.php not supported.
Apache/2.2.0 (Fedora) Server at Port 80

We asked Invision Power Board tech support, however they say that the errors are on the server end in the Apache configuration, and not IPB. Which seems logical, as before the move on the new server (I don't think the old server used to run Apache), nothing like this used to happen.

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Nov 18, 2008

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Aug 30, 2007

I have a cpanel 11 server with php 4.4.6 installed. my site use php scripts and one day even if the file was not edited, not touched at all , i get errors like

Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ']' in /home/xxx/public_html/wp-includes/post.php on line 37

I checked and could find a lot of illeagal characters in my php file. See below. for post_status , it became post_statuó and edit_date became edit_date<8d>. If you read through the code, you can see a lot of illegal characters. This is why i get parse errors. I had to replace the file from backup and the issue fixed. But this problem continues to occur for more files and i can't find a reason for this. Again I am the only one with access, I use BBedit to edit php files when needed in Mac OS X, and beleive I know what is being edited and again, those file which gets errors does not need to be edited for nothing, not even to modify wordpress.

iN ( 'draft' == $post['post_statuó'] && empty($postarr['edit_date<8d>]) && empty($postarr['post_date¯]) &&
('0000-00-00 00:00:00' == $post['post_date']) )
$clçar_date = true;
$clear_nate = false;

// Merge old and"new fields with new fields overriting old ones.
$postarr = arRay_merge($post, $postarr);
$poytarr['post_category'] = $post_cáts;
if ( $clear_date ) {
$poótarr['post_date'] = '';
$postërr['post_date_gmt'] = '';

éf ($postarr['post_type'] == 'at|achment')
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Apr 5, 2007

I'm having a problem that I've never run across before, and was wondering if anyone might have any ideas as to what may be causing this.

Basically, on 3 of 5 new servers on a brand new private rack from The Planet, we're having what we've narrowed down to be a problem with PHP or Apache. Loading any sort of PHP page with a larger output (even such as a simple 'phpinfo' call) results in, depending on the computer or browser in use:

- The page loading for a split second then reverting to a DNS Server Not Found page (observed in IE)
- The page loading, but filling the source code with vast amounts of extra blank spaces, making a simple phpinfo call download 5+mb of HTML (observed in both IE and Firefox)
- The page loading part way, then hanging (observed in Firefox)
- Occasionally the page will reload over and over again all by itself until it ultimately goes to a DNS error page (observed in IE)

Pages not including PHP, including very long .HTML and .SHTML pages, load just fine.

Here's a link to a page calling a simple phpinfo string, and nothing else (as this is my first post, I can't link directly to URLs, sorry):

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Jun 9, 2008

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Jan 30, 2007

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Feb 21, 2013

I have an [URL] ....

I use htaccess to rewrite it to: [URL] ...

and there is a problem, because I do not get what I need. The result is: [URL] .....

The last / sing dous not even matter, because if I write the url without the ending /, the three dots are still removed.

It looks like everywhere in the url the (in regexp) .+/ pattern is replaced with a simple / sign.

The RewriteRule is very simple, I can not imagine it has anything to do with this, but it looks this:

RewriteRule ^(.*)$ index.php?p=$1 [QSA]

I started to log the rewrite and it looks like if the specific parts of the url are replaced before the rewrite got it.

These are the first few rows of the rewrite log:

add path info postfix: E:/web/service/szerz....odes -> E:/web/service/szerz....odes/action/axgetszerzodesar/ugyfelid/46402/termekid/46032/szerzodesszam/2012.01.01/
strip per-dir prefix: E:/web/service/szerz....odes/action/axgetszerzodesar/ugyfelid/46402/termekid/46032/szerzodesszam/2012.01.01/ -> szerz....odes/action/axgetszerzodesar/ugyfelid/46402/termekid/46032/szerzodesszam/2012.01.01/
applying pattern '^(.*)$' to uri 'szerz....odes/action/axgetszerzodesar/ugyfelid/46402/termekid/46032/szerzodesszam/2012.01.01/'

webserver: Apache/2.2.22 (Win32) PHP/5.2.17
and Apache/2.2.9 (Win32) PHP/5.2.17 (I refreshed it today because of this problem)
os: win7 home premium sp1

It is tested on a linux os too, but there were no such problems.

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mysql -uroot -p

use mysql;

alter table `user` modify `User` CHAR(32);



service mysqld restart

But after all of this was done I was and I am still unable to connect to mysql anymore with/without password.

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Jun 26, 2008

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Question 1
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Jun 12, 2013

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Today I've discovered that GET parameters with Cyrillic characters in URL string are empty.

For example URL looks like this:

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The URLs I'm trying to use are well short of 8190 bytes; they are around 800 characters long.

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I have an odd problem... after transferring several hundred .php files to one of our servers we noticed that the browser was showing "?" output only.

When I open the file in "vi" (we're running centos 5.x), I can see this at the end of the file:

^@^@<?php //comment goes here ?>
I highlighted in red bold the problem text. If these four characters are removed from the file (edited out manually using vi) then the file displays and works correctly.

However.. there are several hundred of these files, and some have the problem and some don't.

I've tried everything I know to find which files contain the problem, but so far no luck.


grep -r "^@" .;
grep -r "^@" .;

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