somainname wit "ø" howto in wordpress local server

Asked by Trond Nyløkken on 2020-05-07

I have 8 word press sites on a disgusting server and 7 works just fine, but the 8th has a domain -name name with "ø" and it doesn't
work. domain-name is 'Skøtterud.no" work. Is there anyone who can tell me how it's done.
The server have Ubuntu 18.04l ts and newest WordPress.

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What do you mean "it doesn't"? Doesn't what? resolve? Ping?

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Trond Nyløkken (trondny) said : #2

I install this side htto://skøtterud.no on my server but not working, I haw 7 other sites her they work ok . I do same procedure when Installed here as the other, Only differense is stat dommain here have a #ø# in name.
Site that work is http://happypost.no

Trond Nyløkken (trondny) said : #3

I have followed the installation guide here and 7 pages are ok. On the 8th
page I have one domain name with the letter 'ø' in the name (skøtterud.no
<http://xn--sktterud-64a.no>) it does not work. What I list is an example
of how to install such a domain in wordpress 18.04lts. I have newest
wordpress files and version. The server is a 64 bit 2 cores machine witk
Lamp installation. I use ssh to connect the server from my computer (Ubuntu
18.04 desltop).
Hilsen
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If you put a "\" before the special character, does it help?

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