Hi, I'm having a problem with the following PHP function:
It always returns false when using lampp-apache. setlocale(LC_ALL, 0) returns 'C'. No matter which locale I try to set, the function always returns false.
I tried executing system('locale -a'); to see if the locales where present on my system, they were.
I'm running xampp on Ubuntu. Note that when using the Apache/PHP installation provided by Ubuntu packages, the code works fine.
I've also tried setting the locale to something which was listed in /opt/lampp/share/locale/locale.alias. Which didn't work.
Any ideas any-one? (How can I force xampp to use my system locales instead of the /opt/lampp/share/locale ones?) I really need this function because otherwise all utf-8 characters with accents or umlauts get displayed as question marks (?). (This happens server-side and has nothing to do with browser-settings.)