Re: GNU libc
Michael Meskes <email@example.com> writes:
> But that's exactly the problem. I tried installing the locale data files
> after purging wg15-locale. But then neither perl nor tcsh (I didn't try
> other) were able to load my locale correctly. If I keep wg15-locale in all
> is fine.
I guess, then, that the difference in locations is a result of the
libc in use.
Thus locales and wg15-locale probably shouldn't conflict, since they
install in different places, and need to coexist.
It might, however, be sensible to make some sort of connection
apparent between glibc and locales and libc5 and wg15-locale.
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