Re: Locale problems (SOLVED)
On Monday 29 July 2002 21:26, you wrote:
> Ronald Castillo wrote:
> > Hello..
> > After compiling and installing KDE, this problem started showing up
> > pretty frequently:
> > perl: warning: Setting locale failed.
> > perl: warning: Please check that your locale settings:
> > LANGUAGE = (unset),
> > LC_ALL = (unset),
> > LC_MESSAGES = "spanish",
> > LANG = "es_ES@euro"
> > are supported and installed on your system.
> > perl: warning: Falling back to the standard locale ("C").
> > I tried to fix this by doing a "dpkg-reconfigure locales -plow" and
> > "eurocastellanizar" to restore my locale settings but this keeps showing
> > up. Can anyone please give me some help on how to fix this?
> > Thanks for your help..
> > Ronald Castillo
> Edit /etc/environment to be correct.
> According to the "Debian Euro HOWTO" you should specify LC_*
> and LANG in the same way.
> Check what 'locale' gives as an output. I recommend you specify
> everything as "es_ES@euro". I repeat, do not mix "spanish" with
> In other words:
> If I'm going to stick with debian, my contribution will have something
> to do with the locales/keymaps system. I currently think it sucks.
Thanks for your help!! I've solved it by setting the locales to es_ES and
then setting them again as es_ES@euro. Since than I haven't had any more