Registered: Sep 2005
And what do you have in ~/.profile (which is sourced after so might override /etc/profile)
Also what version of debian are you running?
I would also suggest that you give a try to the package language-env
Maintainer: Tomohiro KUBOTA <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Replaces: user-ja (<< 0.29)
Depends: perl, locales, debconf-i18n | debconf-2.0
Recommends: ncurses-term, wish
Conflicts: user-ja (<< 0.29)
Description: simple configuration tool for native language environment
This tool adds basic settings for natural language environment such as
LANG variable, font specifications, input methods, and so on into
user's several dot-files such as .bashrc and .emacs.
This version of language-env supports Belarusian, Bulgarian, Catalan,
Danish, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Polish,
Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Thai, Turkish, and Ukrainian.
Tag: admin::configuring, culture::bulgarian, culture::catalan, culture::danish, culture::french, culture::german, culture::japanese, culture::korean, culture::polish, culture::russian, culture::serbian, culture::spanish, culture::turkish, culture::ukrainian, devel::i18n, interface::commandline, made-of::lang:perl, use::configuring
Task: arabic, belarusian, bengali, catalan, cyrillic, danish, french, german, greek, hindi, italian, japanese, korean, lithuanian, macedonian, norwegian, persian, polish, punjabi, romanian, russian, spanish, thai, turkish, ukrainian
Last edited by nx5000; 12-05-2006 at 07:24 AM.