Quoting Samuel Thibault (email@example.com): > clone 610892 -1 > reassign -1 localechooser > retitle -1 Add en_DK locale > thanks > > Lasse Mørk, le Mon 24 Jan 2011 02:49:14 +0000, a écrit : > > Starting the installation: > > Select a language: English-English > > Select your location: other -> europe -> denmark > > Configure Locales: (No danish ones)?? > > Ah, right, there _is_ an en_DK locale defined in glibc. I wonder why it > doesn't appear in localechooser. Because that locale has never been considerd as a "real" locale. It is historically there in glibc as a kind of example....and this is the only case where a locale exists for a language that's not officially spoken in the said country. To answer the original bug submitter: either you want a general Danish (country) locale and you choose Danish (language) as installation language....or you want to stick with English as main language but want some locale settings to use Denmark as country. In that latter case, you first pick English, then Denmark (this will set "sane" defaults for mirrors and timezone), then you'll end up with en_US as general locale.....then you define LC_CURRENCY=da_DK if, for instance, you want to have the Danish settings for currency. This is kind of a FAQ with locales: there isn't an en_FOO locale for each and every country in the world and this is what LC_* variables are about. I'll close the cloned bug against localechooser: there is no localechooser bug when it comes at these issues.
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