Quoting Kenshi Muto (email@example.com): > Hi, > > Denis suggested dropping /etc/environment and moving locale > information to /etc/default/locale. > > I support this idea, but currently this change prevents > the localized desktop environment. > > GDM is launched in local language using /etc/default/locale > (called by /etc/init.d/gdm). > But when user logins without any modifications, the desktop > environment will be shown in only English. > > This is because LANG isn't defined (GDM_LANG is empty also). > No startup routine care it at this time. > > Of course if user chooses language from GDM option and > logins, .dmrc includes LANG information is created, > then the desktop will be shown in choosed language... well, > but I believe such manual doing is not smart. This is probably more localization-config job, then. This beast is supposed to come back to life at some moment. I played a little with it. Denis, could you have a closer look at this bug report ?
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