Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 3rd Sep 2007 22:16 UTC
PC-BSD PC-BSD 1.4 RC1 has been released. "After a month of refinement, the PC-BSD team is pleased to make available the 1.4RC release. This update addresses many of the reported bugs from 1.4BETA, as well as adding working i18n support for international languages. PC-BSD 1.4RC can be downloaded via our mirrors or via Torrent on the 1.4 download page."
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RE: System and KDE i18n issues
by Joe User on Tue 4th Sep 2007 23:22 UTC in reply to "System and KDE i18n issues"
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in Germany ISO-8859-1 is needed to be set, PC-BSD sets UTF-8

Nope. German doesn't need iso-8859-1. It works very well with utf-8. utf-8 is THE recommended character encoding as it is designed to work with virtually any language in the world, while isos were designed to work with only one language family (ie: western european). Most OSes have migrated or are migrating to utf-8. The web is also migrating to utf-8 for the same reason. If you look at web 2.0 web sites, 99% of them use utf-8 encoding.

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