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comment What does “LC_ALL=C” do?
The problem is "US English is the only language that can be represented correctly with the charset in LC_ALL=C". This is usually only true in C/C++ programs when using narrow characters, but even then there are exceptions (since there are several languages that only use characters and symbols found in ASCII). Reporting a bug when the default language is not English will make you seem... bigoted.
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comment What does “LC_ALL=C” do?
They will be in whatever language whoever wrote the application wrote them in.
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comment What does “LC_ALL=C” do?
@StéphaneChazelas: Whatever language the strings in the application are written in.
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comment How do I recover from the Heartbleed bug in OpenSSL?
@B4NZ41: When did you upgrade CentOS to a vulnerable version?
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revised What is the difference between OSX, Linux and Windows System Authorisation?
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answered What is the difference between OSX, Linux and Windows System Authorisation?
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comment How can I tell what device or file name I am redirecting to
It can be done, but 1) it's OS-specific, and 2) it shouldn't be done.