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Re: which locale? plz clarify me

On Fri, Oct 08, 1999 at 08:28:11AM +0800, Adoal Xu wrote:
> On Thu, 7 Oct 1999 23:31:37 +0800
> zhaoway <zhaoway@xteamlinux.com.cn> wrote:
> > another queston is that since there're some chinese capable
> > VC around, somebody maybe wanna have some chinese characters
> > displayed out when otherwise be shown the "login: " prompt,
> > the problem is that i seemd cannot make this ok w/ locale
> > support, i indeed lost totally on this point, how can i decide
> > the locale setting before even the users login? there sure is
> > a system wide locale setting but how could i change it?
> How about start inetd in sucn way:
> # inside the inetd start script file, maybe  /etc/init.d/inetsvc
> .....
> LC_ALL=zh_CN.XXXX /sbin/inetd -xxx

i haven't tried, but guess it will work as expected. ;)
but, hey,

1) really if there's a way to determin the line (ttyXXX) 's
capability for chinese support?? hehe, this is surely crazy! ;)

2) will the "11:2345:respawn:LC_ALL=zh_CN.XXXX /sbin/mingetty tty11"
in the /etc/inittab work too? hehe... i'll test it. ;)

happy day!

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