Re: dpkg-reconfigure locales and German Umlauts with English Messages
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Thanks for the feedback.
> Vineet Kumar <email@example.com> [2004-06-03 22:33]:
> * Lukas Ruf (firstname.lastname@example.org)[20040603 10:32]:
> > short version: I would like to make use of German Umlauts but have all
> > the messages displayed in English. How can I achieve this?
> Try just using LANG=en_US.UTF-8. You should be able to see
> not only German, but also Japanese, etc. Since your locale
> is still en_US, all of your messages should still be
> displayed in US English. I use this setting and have no
> problems displaying (correctly encoded) messages in mutt,
> vim, etc.
> I'd also advise you to have the default locale be "None"
> when dpkg-reconfigure locales asks you. Just set LANG in
> your ~/.bashrc. You can also unselect all of the locales
> you selected, leaving only en_US.UTF-8 to be generated.
I am using xterm. My settings look like
This works perfectly as expected. Setting the default to en_US.UTF-8,
however, doesn't. It destroys the layout of the xtitle for my xterms.
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