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Re: perl and ISO-8859-1


>   It means your en_GB locale data is broken.  If you look under the
> folder /usr/share/locale/en_GB you should see a file "LC_CTYPE", this
> file should hold the information for iso-8859-1, normally.  If this
> file is damaged, or holds a wrong version of locale data (i.e. the
> locale data for libc5 wont work with libc6 and vice versa, because
> they have different magic numbers in their header), it won't work.

	Ok. I've checked and it looks like everything's ok. In fact, after
setting LC_ALL to es_ES, perl doesn't complain any more.

	Now, it's bash. ;)

	I used to be able to type accented characters in the command
line, and now I'm not able to do so. I have LC_ALL set to es_ES and
LC_CTYPE set to ISO_8859_1... anyway, you're not supposed to have accented
filenames so it really doesn't matter. Thanks for your help.

>   Try "iso-8859-1", or "ISO-8859-1".  These files should reside in
> /usr/share/i18n/charmaps.

	They're there.

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