hey falko hows it going
I think dpkg-reconfigure locales is a debian thing, im using fedora 7.
My current situation:
Tried the following and still doesnt work
#parameters that i dont change
I can create new dir and edit file names with á é í ó ú and it writes it correctly but files and directories created by the system in the instalation still doesnt read those special characters correctly why??
what is a keymap (load key) used for? and can it help me
Can I combine the following font (i18n) options:
If yes which is the best combination?
If not why?
# LANG= set locale for all categories, can be any two letter ISO language code.
# LC_CTYPE= localedata configuration for classification and conversion of characters.
# LC_COLLATE= localedata configuration for collation (sort order) of strings.
# LC_MESSAGES= localedata configuration for translation of yes and no messages.
# LC_NUMERIC= localedata configuration for non-monetary numeric data.
# LC_MONETARY= localedata configuration for monetary data.
# LC_TIME= localedata configuration for date and time.
# LC_ALL= localedata configuration overriding all of the above.
# LANGUAGE= can be a : separated list of ISO language codes.
# LINGUAS= can be a ' ' separated list of ISO language codes.
# SYSFONT= any font that is legal when used as /usr/bin/consolechars -f $SYSFONT ... (See console-tools package for consolechars command)
# UNIMAP= any SFM (screen font map, formerly called Unicode mapping table - see consolechars(8))
Can i edit the /etc/profile.d/lang.sh to force the LANG="" instead of looking for it in the i18n file?