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Every time when i make certain programs, everything installs and goes well, but perl starts bitching about my locale settings, namely the ones for en_US.Im running mandrake 7.2 now, my redhat cd's are dirty and i cant install it anymore. When I installed mandrake I specified that i wanted to support dutch and english languages, so I dont know why it's complaining. I also installed more recent locale rpm's including the english ones. It's still bitching about locale settings. Does anybody have any suggestions how i might solve this?
Originally posted by therion12 Sorry, i can't help you becuase your linux version is too old.
What the hell is the point of saying that? stop posting such utterly stupid posts.
perp, i don't know where those variables are set, but you could proabbly get away with setting them in /etc/rc.local. try it, assuming you knwo what you want to set them to, if they get overridden, move to /etc/bashrc for example
Last edited by acid_kewpie; 01-22-2002 at 11:37 AM.