For some strange reason, I find my I have several
LC_ locale variables set to a value I don't recognize having chosen (
en_ZA.UTF-8). So, I want to set it differently - permanently, from the command-line, and using the appropriate configuration file(s).
But which files are these? I would think it should be
/etc/default/locale, at least at the system level. But in there I see:
# File generated by update-locale LANG="en_US.UTF-8" LANGUAGE="en_US:en"
Are there other files Where
LC_TIME, etc. may be set? I grepped around and could find any suspects.
PS - I'm using Debian Stretch.