Re: reconfiguring locales in base-config?
Thu, Oct 18, 2001 at 11:19:58AM -0400 wrote:
> Eduard Bloch wrote:
> > Since we allready have localized BFs, I imagine the following:
> > (localized) debootstrap on BFs ask the user something like:
> > "Would you like to set the current language as the default system
> > language?"
> > If YES, debootstrap puts the corresponding parts into /etc/locale.gen,
> > $LANG into /etc/environment and calls locale-gen in a chroot.
> > If NO, debootstrap asks "Would you like to reconfigure language and
> > localisation settings later?"
> > If YES, debootstrap writes a special flag into /etc/locale.gen (or
> > wherever). Later, baseconfig would check this mark and force locales
> > reconfiguration if needed.
> That sounds reasonable, for the language-chooser-enabled boot floppies.
> Would someone like to hack that into dbootstrap?
I can, I'm confused whether we are talking about debootstrap or
dbootstrap though. Am I correct that this is something that we want
in dbootstrap after debootstrap has been run successfully, in
configure_base(), for example.