A locale is a set of parameters that defines the user's language, country and any special variant preferences that the user wants to see in their user interface.

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Accent error on OpenWrt 12.09?

[user@localhost ~] ssh -x -a root@192.168.1.1 BusyBox v1.19.4 (2013-03-14 11:28:31 UTC) built-in shell (ash) ----------------------------------------------------- ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT (12.09, r36088) ...
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Dead keys not working in Java Swing applications

I'm currently using Ubuntu 10.10 and Netbeans 7.0 and I can't type accented letters with dead keys any more. It's not a version specific problem seems it's related with Swing since I've got the same ...
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login with xdm and umlaut in password

I want use xdm to login to my machine and start my session. My password contains an umlaut. I'd rather not change the password as it is quite long and complex and I just memorized it. Login works ...
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Problem with log in after change locale, maybe relate to PAM

System information: Debian Wheezy CPU: intel core i7 3770 I initially only had en_US.UTF-8 as the default language. This morning, I changed the /etc/local.gen file and un-comment the zh_CN.UTF-8 and ...
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How to get rid of special characters in the output of make on centos

I installed centos6.3. When I run gcc, it outputs errors but the function names are surrounded by special characters like this ‘setup_connection’: This same is repeated with variable names. I ...
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locales: modify default time format

I need to change the default time format on my Debian Wheezy system. I am following this howto. I have modified the corresponding lines in /usr/share/i18n/locales/en_US d_t_fmt ...
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Problems changing PS1 to use special character

I'm trying to get my zsh to look something like this: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?pid=1068202#p1068202. Whenever I print the └───╼ part of the PS1 to my terminal (or in the .zshrc for ...
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How can I configure Yast to switch languages completely?

I have an installation of openSUSE 11.4 which was installed in German. I started Yast2 (which displayed in German, like "Netzwerkdienste") and switched the language to English under "System" -> ...
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Character encoding issue with my linux install?

I just installed Ubuntu 12.04.4 64 bits, all seemed to be ok, when I started to work on console I noticed: that I couldn't get some accented characters typed in to the console, for example, if I ...
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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 can I configure Wine's default paper settings?

I'm having trouble with the locale settings in my Microsoft Office Wine bottle/prefix. When I created it, I had followed the Gentoo Localization Guide's suggestion to not set LC_ALL. However, when I ...
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Set Up New Locale On CentOS 6

I am trying to set up a new locale for my centos server environment. Here is currently shows for locale -a command: en_AG en_AG.utf8 en_AU en_AU.iso88591 en_AU.utf8 en_BW en_BW.iso88591 en_BW.utf8 ...
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Cylon-Linux: is there a Spanish locale?

I would like to know if it is possible to install the Spanish language. Being a derivative of Ubuntu, it is installed the same way, but even assigning language and local time during installation, ...
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What are these strange characters in wifi-menu and alsamixer?

I have a fresh install of Arch. When I run wifi-menu or alsamixer, both of which I think use dialog, the display in the shell is not correct. The border, for example, is drawn with the wrong ...
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How to change gnome session locale?

How do I change the default locale for my gnome session? I created /etc/default/locale-local with this content: LANG=pt_PT.UTf-8 LC_MESSAGES=en_US.UTF-8 and added this to /etc/pam.d/gdm3, ...