Re: locale settings?
On Sunday 07 October 2001 06:22 pm, John Gay wrote:
> On Sunday 07 October 2001 23:01, you wrote:
> > Dear Mr. Gay:
> > According to the Borland website, Kylix runs only on Red Hat, Mandrake,
> > and SuSe. They mention nothing about being able to run it on Deb systems.
> > I checked this out as I was thinking of getting Kylix myself.
> Well, the install checks for critical things before it installs, as it
> needs the latest versions of glibc and libjpeg.
> The minimum requirements are:
> glibc 2.2 or they can provide a patched version for glibc2.1.2 or higher,
> kernel version 2.2 or higher, and
> libjpeg 6.2 or higher.
> My system met all these requirements.
> After a good search around my system, I am able to __Temporarily__ change
> my locale setting with LANG=ie in a terminal, and then I can run startkylix
> and play around with it. However, I still don't know how to make this
> change permenant and the kylix menu option still won't work so I'm looking
> for a more permenant solution.
I don't know about the Debian people, but I modified the /etc/environment
file for the language and LC_ALL issue. On my machine, I have LANG=C
and LC_ALL=en_US as the only two lines in that file. And Kylix has no
problems. (Well, none associated with languages <g>).