Re: Problem with iso8859 on xterm/with man(1)
> > ANSI_X3.4-1968
> Good ol' ANSI when setlocale() has failed
> B.) In the new glibc you have to create the locales you need:
> B.1) Uncomment the lines you need in /etc/locale.gen
> B.2) Execute (as root) /usr/sbin/locale-gen
Debian 2.2r3 does not have a locale.gen anymore. Is there another way to
> First try the new locales on a console, for instance
> LANG=de_DE date
> or your language till you see the messages in German.
I just want latin1 characters, that was only an illustrative example ;-)
Anyway, if you have the solution for this (a workaround the missing
/etc/locale.gen), please cc this to me, as I unsubscribed from the list,
because it has quite a bit of traffic.
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