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Re: Chinese problem in the ldif files.

søn, 04.04.2004 kl. 16.12 skrev Dieter Kluenter:

> > But my ldif files were already encoded with utf-8
> Then it is up to your client to decode the base64 encoded UTF-8
> string. With the output of ldapsearch in an xterm you may use the tool
> mmencode which reads from standard input.

That's only if he has metamail installed ;) My RHEL3 didn't, does now.



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