Torsten Neuer (email@example.com)
Fri, 30 Jul 1999 10:23:27 +0200
According to Alain Zürcher:
>Torsten wrote :
><< Again, have a look at your locale directory!
>Check for the files LC_TIME, LC_COLLATE, LC_MONETARY, LC_CTIME and
>LC_NUMERIC in your "fr" locale directory. If these files do not
>exist, your "fr" locale is not usable for handling many of the
>issues of ht://Dig indexing. >>
>I may be missing something and need some (alas probably off-topic) help :
>I have found a program called "locale", located at /usr/bin/locale.
>When I run it with -a, it gives me what I think are the available locale
>values: fr, french etc. but not fr_FR.
>Now, what is the locale *directory*, and where is it located?
Installation dependant, but most probably /usr/share/locale or
If not, you could try looking it up with locate(1) or (but
discouraged) with find(1)
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