Try console-setup tool too!
> [ Please stop top-posting. ]
> On Mon, Jan 21, 2008 at 21:59:13 -0600, Alejandro Aguila Sáinz wrote:
> > Hi, now I sent dpkg-reconfigure again and I get this:
> > debian:/home/alekz# dpkg-reconfigure locales
> > perl: warning: Setting locale failed.
> > perl: warning: Please check that your locale settings:
> > LANGUAGE = "Es_es",
> > LC_ALL = "Es_es",
> > LANG = "es_MX"
> > are supported and installed on your system.
> > perl: warning: Falling back to the standard locale ("C").
> > Generating locales (this might take a while)...
> > es_MX.UTF-8... done
> > es_MX.ISO-8859-1... done
> > Generation complete.
> > Any idea? Thanks
> export LC_ALL="es_MX.UTF-8" LANG="es_MX.UTF-8" LANGUAGE="es_MX.UTF-8"
> right before you try "dpkg-reconfigure locales" again. Then make
> es_MX.UTF-8 the system-wide default. Afterwards log out, log in again
> and verify the settings by running "locale".
> Then execute
> echo -e "S\0303\0241inz"
> and check if this prints your last name correctly. If you get two
> "weird" characters instead of the accented a, then your terminal does
> not understand UTF-8. If you get one placeholder character (a box or a
> question mark), then your font is missing the "á" symbol.