** On Sep 05, Brian May scribbled: > >>>>> "Marek" == Marek Habersack <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > > Marek> Or just put LANG=en_GB in /etc/environment > > Hmmm. Might be worth trying. However, either this is going to override > the language chosen by gdm, or gdm is going to override this. Not an > ideal solution. I use this on my machine and have the locale set correctly to this value when starting GDM. From what I could see, gnome-session reads the LANG= variable and uses its value. I have set GNOME up so that all system fonts are set to the fixed-misc USC version and it seems to work fine. The only problem I have found is with the Unicode TTF fonts - mkttfdir doesn't generate correct fonts.dir file for those AFAICT - all entries have their charset set to ISO-8859-1 in the generated file. marek -- Visit: http://caudium.net - the Caudium WebServer /* A completely unrelated fortune */ Gnagloot, n.: A person who leaves all his ski passes on his jacket just to impress people. -- Rich Hall, "Sniglets"
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