[arch-general] Where's my locale gone?
Paul Gideon Dann
pdgiddie at gmail.com
Mon Nov 3 14:03:06 UTC 2014
On 3 November 2014 11:36, Mateus Rodrigues Costa <charles.costar at gmail.com>
> Shouldn't you also have the en_US locales available? Just in case?
> Also, why enable the ISO locales if you can run basically with only the
> UTF-8 ones?
I've tried enabling the en_US locales, and it doesn't help. I suspect the
issues I'm having with console rendering is actually not directly related
to the locale, as I've been able to get en_GB.UTF-8 to show up in LANG now
by disabling the logic in my ZSH profile that was setting the locale
because it was unset. I've no idea how it's set to en_GB.UTF-8 *after* the
ZSH config runs, but that seems to be the case.
I've tried disabling the ISO locale and re-running locale-gen, but that
My best bet at this stage is that I have a corrupted file somewhere, but
pacman -Qqkk doesn't show up anything obvious. I'd think it was an issue
with a new package version, but as I'm the only one seeing this, I assume
it must be a configuration / corruption issue with my specific system.
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