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From Info 3bits <>
Subject Re: Updatd Debian Guide Uploaded - 08/02/2013
Date Fri, 08 Feb 2013 13:46:43 GMT

yes, now it works perfectly.


Con fecha viernes, 08 de febrero de 2013, 13:34:37, escribió:

> Does the attached work for you?

> Stephen Cottham
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Info 3bits [] 
> Sent: 08 February 2013 12:03
> To: Stephen Cottham
> Cc:
> Subject: Re: Updatd Debian Guide Uploaded - 08/02/2013

> Stephen,

> I still have issues in some texts.

> For example, when I copy WEB-INF then I paste WEB.INF

> I noticed the same problem in other lines for example when you untar a
> file: tar .zxvf instead of tar -zxvf

> I was investigating more in the PDF file and I hope I found the problem.

> The source document is created with ANSI encoding (Windows?) and the PDF
> is also using ANSI encoding. Usually servers are ready for UTF-8 and not
> ANSI and that's the reason of the problem.

> If you copy a text and paste in Notepad++ as ANSI it shows well but if
> the document is in UTF-8 then it fails and even change some characters
> like dash for dot.

> So the solution is to create the source docuement in UTF-8 and it should
> work.

> Fernando

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