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[answered] What "ISO" used in smsd?

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Member
Registered:
Jan 2011
Location: Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation
Operating system name and version: Gnu\Linux Debian squeeze
Version of smsd: Smsd v3.1.11
Smsd installed from: package repository
Name and model of a modem / phone: Nokia 22
Interface: serial

Hello! I'm use as locale ru_RU.UTF-8.
I set in config: decode_unicode_text = yes
Lette, i use command "iconv -f UCS-2BE -t UTF /var/.../msg.sms" and see russian text.
now, I have some messages with "Alphabet: ISO".
What ISO it use?

Administrator
Registered:
May 2009
Location: Jyväskylä, Finland
When smstools3 talks about ISO, it's ISO-8859-15.

With your language it's better not to use decode_unicode_text option, because it is limited to Latin alphabets when ICONV library is not used.

As your locale is UTF-8, you could try the option incoming_utf8 = yes. This setting has effect when SMS is received using the GSM alphabet. Without this option the text is stored using ISO character set which is internal default for smstools.

A command iconv can be used as you have shown, but only a message body should be converted, not the whole file which still contains headers written in ISO.

Check this topic: [answered] Accentuated character conversion. It contains an eventhandler (in post #2) which does the conversion when Unicode message is received. This should work perfectly with your language too.

Member
Registered:
Jan 2011
Location: Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation
Topic owner
You get very useful link, thank!

But i think, I lost text of messages in ISO
I try "tail -n 1 ./GSM1.0F3DZo | iconv -f ISO-8859-15 -t UTF8", but it not convert.

Administrator
Registered:
May 2009
Location: Jyväskylä, Finland
With incoming_utf8 = yes you do not need to do conversion by yourself.

When handling SMS file, the message body is not just the last line. It's all lines after the first blank line. Use sed -e '1,/^$/ d' < "$2" to get the message body.

Member
Registered:
Jan 2011
Location: Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation
Topic owner
Of course! all incoming sms save with Cyrillic as right, already.

I mean, sms income before with converting in ISO, I ,probably, can't repair.

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