fommil at yahoo.ie
Sun Jul 20 04:10:50 PDT 2003
this thread make me think my setup is incorrect...
Declan Moriarty wrote:
> dec:~$ls /usr/lib/locale/de_DE at euro
> LC_ADDRESS LC_IDENTIFICATION LC_MONETARY LC_PAPER
> LC_COLLATE LC_MEASUREMENT LC_NAME LC_TELEPHONE
> LC_CTYPE LC_MESSAGES/ LC_NUMERIC LC_TIME
> Apparently glibc can barf on the locales, and you don't notice it.
> If you have all those, then ignore me prattling away here
surely there should be NO localised .mo files in /usr/lib/locale, but only in
/usr/share/locale. that is where all my locales are kept (for programs as well
in fact /usr/lib/locale does not even exist unless you make it yourself or ask
glibc to regenerate all the locales, which you can achive yourself by typing
localedef -i en_GB -f ISO-8859-1 en_GB
which will create the file /usr/lib/locale/locale-archive AND NOTHING ELSE
containing all your localised glibc stuff (individual files, i understand read
the .mo files directly from /usr/share/locale). i always delete anything else
lurky in /usr/lib/locale
i test my en_GB setup by first typing `ls' and seeing if CAPITALS affect the
sorting order, and then i check the messages by `ls --vert` (which does not
exist) to see if "unrecognised" is spelt the british or american way.
please tell me if i am incorrect!
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