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Re: Remove unused language from GDM?

On 05/04/2011 02:56 PM, Camaleón wrote:
> On Wed, 04 May 2011 14:33:27 -0400, Perry Thompson wrote:
>> On 05/04/2011 08:08 AM, Camaleón wrote:
>>> Is the locale only present in GDM greeter or in the whole system? I
>>> mean, what does "locale -a" show?
>>> Greetings,
>> rypervenche@debian:~$ locale -a
>> C
>> en_US.utf8
>> zh_TW.utf8
> That looks right. So it seems that is only GDM3 which exposes the 
> "additional" locale :-?
>> This is the norm apparently. I checked it on all other computers and
>> friends' computers. So apparently the locale is there, but I just don't
>> want the ANSI choice there anymore.
> How about your "/etc/default/locale" and "~/.dmrc" files? Also, check if 
> another user is affected by this.
> As a last resort, you can make a full search for that locale's name over 
> all of the system files (just in case): 
> grep -H "ANSI_X3" /*
> Greetings,

I tried it using a different user, same result.

rypervenche@debian:~$ cat /etc/default/locale
#  File generated by update-locale
rypervenche@debian:~$ cat .dmrc


I have searched for the ANSI name in /etc and a few other folders, such
as /var and /usr, but doing the entire system was taking too long and I
was unable to do a complete search. I will try it again when I have a
large amount of time that I can set to the task.

Any other ideas?

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