Re: LC_ALL & LANG settings
2011/6/27 Eric d'Halibut <eric.halibut@xxxxxxxxx>
On 6/26/11, William Hopkins <we.hopkins@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
try dpkg-reconfigure locales
Thank you again. That command (above) clued me to the fact that the
packages 'locales' was not even installed. Who knew?
That's sounds reasonable; actually, i think some programs/container use some
environment variables different than standard LANG, so eventually add to
/etc/default/locale the following lines:
that worked for me
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