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From Aram Mirzadeh <...@qosina.com>
Subject WWW Form Bug Report: "Language negotiation not problem." on Linux (fwd)
Date Tue, 06 Aug 1996 23:40:14 GMT

Anyone want to take this one.  I have no idea.  No ack!

<Aram>


> Subject: WWW Form Bug Report: "Language negotiation not problem." on Linux
> 
> Submitter: richarde@sophisticated.com
> Operating system: Linux, version: 1.2.13
> Version of Apache Used: 1.1.1
> Extra Modules used: What ever is included in the stock 1.1.1 rpm
> URL exhibiting problem: http://www.sophisticated.com/
> 
> Symptoms:
> --
> I am adding a seperate Japanese version of my home
> page and users who have Netscape configured with
> English/US as their only language get the Japanese
> page instead of the english one.
> 
> My srm.conf file contains the folowing lines:
> 
> AddLanguage en .en
> AddLanguage ja .ja
> LanguagePriority en ja
> 
> If Netscape is configured with either en or ja as
> one if its language preferences then everthing
> works the way you expect. If the user has no 
> language preferences specified the english page is
> sent, as you would expect.  However if the browser
> is setup with only the en-US choice then the user
> always gets the japanese page. 
> 
> It tried changing srm.conf as follows:
> AddLanguage en .en
> AddLanguage en-US .en
> AddLanguage ja .ja
> LanguagePriority en en-US ja
> 
> This did not change the behavior.
> 
> If you want to see this on my web pages just note
> that the english and japanese home pages are
> almost identicle except the titles of the pages
> end in (en) and (ja) respectivly
> 
> TIA!
> 
> --
> 
> Backtrace:
> --
> 
> --
> 

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