I use the following command line to set my system in English (installed in French) :
localectl set-locale LANG=en_US.utf8
However, when I boot into graphical mode, the desktop menu, directories names etc. are still in French.
The only way I can set everything in english is to use the graphical gnome menu "Applications > System tools > Settings > Region and Language".
Is there a way to change system language using command line as if I used the graphical menu?
In fact, my problem was coming from the fact that I was modifying through SSH with user root the system language but then loging through graphical console (workstation VM) under a standard user who has its language already defined. localectl works well but to define default language for a specific user, I must define $LANG in my .bashrc