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Re: Bug#356997: apt: internationalization of yes/no answers does not accept displayed answers



[Moving this discussion to debian-i18n]

On Thu, Mar 16, 2006 at 08:38:52AM +0100, Tim Krah wrote:
> All machines are using Debian unstable with the language set to Deutsch
> (German) in the installation process.
> 
> But wait...
> 
> I think I've got it:
> 
> $LANGUAGE is set to de_DE:de:en_GB:en while $LANG is set to en_US
> If I set $LANG as de_DE everything works as expected! So the remaining
> question is: why are the environment variables set this weird way?

You are right, this is a good question.  There has been another report
about the same issue, so we have to understand why it happens.  At the
moment, I can only think of this scenario:
  * installation in German
  * after installation is complete, run 'dpkg-reconfigure locales' and
    select en_US.
Is this what happened?  If not, can you please describe how to reproduce
your settings?

Denis



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