Quoting Clytie Siddall (email@example.com): > Hi everyone :) > > While updating my files for the installation guide, I wanted to give > an example specific to my language for one of the strings: > > >Can be used to set both the language and country for the > >installation. This > >will only work if the locale is supported in Debian. Short form: > ><userinput>locale</userinput>. For example, use > ><userinput>locale=de_CH</ > >userinput> to select German as language and Switzerland as country. > > but I am unsure if the Vietnamese locale for Debian is called "vi_VN" > or just "vi". Where do I check this, please? dpkg -L locales on a Debian system...:-)...or "ls /usr/share/i18n/locales" Of course, I know you're using another OS....but you can ask your son if I remember correctly. The only Vietnamese locale in Debian is vi_VN Though technically nothing prohibits a locale to be named with a language code only, nearly all locales in Debian are xx_YY, optionnally with modifiers such as "@euro", or charset mention when a given locale has more than 1 charset variation. The only locale using the ISO-639 code is the Esperanto locale.
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