Re: Anybody here know what a rock64 is?
So, you can't just bring up raspi-config? It's just a script anyway.
The locale section:
if [ "$INTERACTIVE" = True ]; then
if ! LOCALE_LINE="$(grep "^$LOCALE " /usr/share/i18n/SUPPORTED)"; then
local ENCODING="$(echo $LOCALE_LINE | cut -f2 -d " ")"
echo "$LOCALE $ENCODING" > /etc/locale.gen
sed -i "s/^\s*LANG=\S*/LANG=$LOCALE/" /etc/default/locale
dpkg-reconfigure -f noninteractive locales
locale is a command and a man page on its own but I think it just
reads. On this pi at the moment it says
dpkg-reconfigure locales is the way to fix it under Debian probably,
files live in /usr/share/i18n/locales
On 4/20/18, Punit Agrawal <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 20, 2018 at 3:29 AM, Gene Heskett <email@example.com> wrote:
>> I just did an update on it, running stretch, 70 files updated, and now
>> the locale is trashed.
>> Running xfce for an x11 gui, and the desktop clock/calendar, while using
>> an EN_US-UTF8 font, is not in english, making orage a bit useless.
>> Ideas how to fix it when there apparently is not an update.locale file to
>> be found.
> For my locale related trouble, I normally run "sudo dpkg-reconfigure
> That's the extent of locale related knowledge. :)
No, I won't call it "climate change", do you have a "reality problem"? - AB1JX
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