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Re: guildhall update complain connection timeout

From: Andy Wingo
Subject: Re: guildhall update complain connection timeout
Date: Mon, 15 Aug 2011 11:21:47 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.3 (gnu/linux)

Hi nalaginrut,

On Thu 21 Jul 2011 04:02, nalaginrut <address@hidden> writes:

> ------------------------>cut<--------------------------------
> address@hidden:guildhall]$ LANG=C
> address@hidden:guildhall]$ guild hall update
> Fetching
> Loading available information for repository `experimental'
> ------------------------>cut<--------------------------------
> I changed locale to "C", then everything's OK. So I believe it's not the
> problem of "keep-alive".
> But the encoding problem is so strange. I think (web client) has already
> dealt with the encoding.

You had more information on IRC, which I found here:

  Aug 04 21:12:19 <nalaginrut> wingo:  OK, I believe I find the problem

  Aug 04 21:17:20 <nalaginrut> wingo:  It's not about Chinese locale , but
  the default support of Ubuntu. Actually, Ubuntu will only install utf-8
  in Chinese version(I don't know other version), because Chinese don't
  have latin charmap. That means there's no "zh_CN iso-8859-1". So my
  problem is "I don't even have iso-8859-1 in default setup", that's why I
  must set LC_ALL to "C" to show a reasonable result.

  Aug 04 21:19:11 <nalaginrut> wingo:  Now I add en_US iso-8859-1 to
  "/var/lib/locales/supported.d/local" , everything's OK!

  Aug 04 21:21:05 <nalaginrut> well~should I report this exciting message
  to guile-dev? It's very late I'm so tied. Hope wingo may see it.

  Aug 04 21:22:57 <nalaginrut> wingo:  OK, good news is update's all
  right. Bad news is install have problem I've reported.

  Aug 04 21:24:15 <nalaginrut> Hmm...sneek is down. Hope wingo see
  it. I'll go to sleep.

(As an aside, it's always good to mail the list.  IRC is often good for
debugging but it's not a good medium for bug reports :)

So, I don't understand what your locale has to do with the availability
of a conversion to latin-1.  I don't doubt your bug report, but I don't
understand it fully.  I don't think the same thing occurs on Debian
either.  Does anyone have an idea?


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