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I typed in command line # "ls root",the shell return me with"ls:root:....."(...... stand for bad code);
I typed in #"man ll",the shell return me with "man:......(...... stand for bad code).etc.
Must I change my shell environment variable?Which one?
Did you keep monitoring posting in the forum?Thank you very much.I am a Chinese.I don't know how to express what I actually meant.I meant the returned message neither in English nor in Chinese.I am so sorry for occupying lot of your time.
Now, please tell me how to set up for shell's environment variable "LANG= "to English.That will meet my problom.The message cannot to be able to be pasted or copied.Maybe the different code systems caused that.