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:
LANGUAGE doesn't look right :-/ Maybe I should use C as LC_TIME?
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.