the current set-up here uses the complete US-locale. (I had specified my region, but with US language.) Debian stable (Squeeze), with XFCE4.
Available locales are only: US, C, and POSIX. I'd like to have a more adequate mix of locales. Preferably I'd like everything to be "international", except for paper sizes, and UTF-8 instead of ASCII.
I'm suspecting the available wireless channels are also based on some locale, so I definitely want a proper way that leaves my system configured properly.
I should have checked the Debian docs immediately :-[ :
This is the current output of locale:
Perhaps somebody has experience with "customizing" locales to be as international as possible; I'm not sure of how exactly I'd want the result.
Thank you for your time.
regarding wireless channels there was a thread on this the other day. Have a look at:
Your locale output looks fine to me. I have the same unset value for LANGUAGE, and I think you can set LC_TIME to whatever you prefer.
Thanks for your reply.
-_- That other thread was mine as well. It is marked solved, because I have learned a great deal about configuring from that thread, not because my wifi issue was solved.
(I have read the wireless driver documentation, and locales aren't mentioned. But the EEPROM value of my card seemed very different from what was mentioned, so I panicked. But paying more attention the EEPROM value turned out to be set to China, so that most definitely is the source of my problem.)
I haven't run into any problems randomly changing and trying locales.
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