I have generated en_US.utf8, et_EE.iso88591 and ru_RU.utf8 localisation files. Now if I try to change any of the locale variables to a ru_RU.utf8 or en_US.utf8, then this does not have any effect: # ...
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 ...
I'd like to have a German (Austria) locale (A4 paper size, 24 hour time, yyyy-mm-dd), but an English-language user interface (I don't like poor translations). I figured that the correct way to achieve ...
Complete C++ i18n gettext() “hello world” example. sets the LANG environment variable using export before executing the program (Linux): export LANG=es_MX.utf8 ./hellogt Is there a way to set the ...