i18n, short for “internationalization”, means adapting software to handle multiple languages and other regional differences.

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Is there a utility like dspcat on Linux?

I use the following dspcat command on AIX and can dump message catalogs created with the gencat command: dspcat –g /u/is/bin/I18N/l/lib/libca/libcalifornia.117.cat >> /tmp/message.smc I have ...
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Firefox 29 default Accept-Language bug

Since I upgraded Firefox to version 29 it is sending the wrong Accept-Language header en-US,en;q=0.5 which should be pt-BR,pt;q=0.8,en-US;q=0.5,en;q=0.3, it was right on previous version. I managed ...
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In Fedora, how do I select a proper Norwegian keyboard layout?

I just installed Fedora 19 in VirtualBox using an image from virtualboxes.org. However, I'm unable to select a proper Norwegian keyboard. When I open the keyboard layout, it shows an US layout. A ...
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Are the outputs of /proc/meminfo, /proc/cpuinfo etc always in English?

I am writing code that relies on the output of /proc/meminfo, /proc/cpuinfo etc. Are the file contents always in English? For example, will MemTotal in /proc/meminfo always be MemTotal in all locales? ...
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Incorrect sorting according en_US.UTF-8

I'm seeing a weird behavior of the sort command when I sort by en_US.UTF-8. I'm trying to sort this file (LC_COLLATE=en_US.UTF-8 sort testdata): 㐀 㐃㐄 ▼▽◢ ㎏㎜㎝ bqz ㄠㄨㄩ─┃┆ ...
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Characters not defined into iso14651_t1_pinyin are not sorted properly

when I try to sort characters not defined in iso14651_t1_pinyin, no sort happens, they are simply left in place. I would expect to see them sorted according to their codepoint. Is there a way I can ...
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How do I make mutt show Cyrillic characters on OpenBSD?

I'm using mutt-1.5.21p0v0 to read my mail on OpenBSD 5.2 every now and then. Why does mutt show question marks instead of Cyrillic characters when I open standards-compliant email messages in ...
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LANG environment variable not respected

OS: Mint13 I have set my preferred language to zh-cn via the language support option. This has changed the language of a small handful of things (synaptic, dates and times). However everything else ...
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Why is there no “Euro English” locale?

I used to use the somewhat whimsical en_DK.UTF-8 locale when installing a new system because that would produce (roughly) the locale results I wanted, even though I am not in Denmark. Measurements ...
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How to fix diacritics in PDF forms in Evince?

I happen to live in Czech Republic and we have such letters like ě, š, č, ť, etc in the alphabet and use them everywhere, including addresses. Today I was filling a PDF form in Evince and noticed that ...
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Setting locale for user

I'd like to set a locale for my user different than system locale. By putting export LANG=en_US.utf8 in .bashrc I could do that for the shells, but still it's not working for applications not started ...
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National characters in manpages

I am trying to get a proper display of national characters with FreeBSD man. I have tried running the following on 8.1 and 9.0: # PAGER=less LANG="pl_PL.UTF-8" man -d -M. ./man.1 -- Using ...
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Fastest way to get an Euro symbol at a prompt?

First of all I'm working on a keyboard using a QWERTY layout. Now once in a while I need to get the Euro (€) symbol in my terminal (typically in a xterm). If I cut'n'paste the Euro symbol, it shows ...
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How can I change the language in chromium?

I've installed chromium, but it deeply sucks that it uses my mother tongue (german) in its UI and for websites by default. I want the english back, like firefox did. I'm using archlinux's default ...
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How can I force codepage/locale (different from my Linux system locale) for non-Unicode Wine applications?

I prefer using English locales for my system, but have to use some old Unicode-unaware Russian and Czech applications. In Windows I could set a locale for such applications in a separate Control Panel ...
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What is ANALYZE/CATALOG for Linux msginit binary message catalog?

VMS has an ANALYZE command that examines an item such as an executable image or an object file displaying information about its contents. Is there such a command for examining the output of msginit ...