Problem configuring perl.

Amir Hardon a_hardon at netvision.net.il
Fri Mar 29 05:17:49 PST 2002


Note that if I'm running date I'm getting an English date,
but uname -a gives me an hebrew date...
Is it the time when my kernel was compiled? and if so, how do I change 
it to english?

Amir Hardon wrote:

> I found the problem!!!!
> My basesystem's locale is Hebrew.
> Which put's a - ' in the date...
> If you'll check the myuname in my config.sh you'll see this:
> myuname='linux hardon 2.4.17 #10 ג' מרץ 12 00:01:58 ist 2002 i686 
> unknown '
>
> There is a ' in the middle of the line which close's the string,
> and the ' in the end of the line opens a new one, which causes a 
> syntax error!
> Do you think it's a bug I should report about?
>
> Anyway what I don't understand is why is the locale in my lfs is 
> hebrew? I haven't set it...
>
>
> Thank you very much!!
>
>    -Amir.
>
>
> Gerard Beekmans wrote:
>
>> On Tue, Mar 26, 2002 at 11:09:20AM -0500, Gerard Beekmans wrote:
>>
>>> I don't know by head where to go with it, but feel free to use this 
>>> list.
>>> There's a lot of knowledge here, just give us a bit of time. I got your
>>> config.sh file, I will have a look at it later this afternoon. 
>>> Promised.
>>>
>>
>> I did have a look and I can't find anything obviously wrong. I've 
>> attached
>> my config.sh version but this is from a fully installed LFS system, not
>> from a pretty much empty system as LFS would be at in chapter 6 at that
>> point. So it may not work, but try to use it, just see if this config.sh
>> can be parsed on your end. If so, we may want to look at the Glibc
>> installation a little closer.
>>
>
>


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