Knowledgebase: Installation Issues
MySQL Error - DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1
Posted by Josh Jones on 29 August 2008 01:48 AM
If you are installing the database script on your webhost and you encounter an error tht says something similar to "DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1" is causing a problem, then you can simply do a find and replace throughout the database script for "DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1" and remove it from all locations in the script.

MySQL 5 does not have a problem with this statement, but sometimes the older MySQL 4 is found to throw an error...
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