Since last initscripts update, my GDM is in english instead of being in french.
Adding a /etc/locale.conf file with :
leaves me with an english gdm, an english gnome and no possibility to switch back to french.
Any idea ? Known issue ?
Please say what version did you update from & to, don't use phrases like 'since last update'.
http://mailman.archlinux.org/pipermail/ … 22080.html
Does downgrading fix things?
What shell are you using? What do you have set up in rc.conf?
Post the output of 'locale' and 'locale -a'.
Last edited by karol (2011-11-08 19:05:41)
happens to me to, just with hebrew:
[assaf@laptop ~]$ locale LANG=he_IL.utf8 LC_CTYPE="he_IL.utf8" LC_NUMERIC="he_IL.utf8" LC_TIME="he_IL.utf8" LC_COLLATE="he_IL.utf8" LC_MONETARY="he_IL.utf8" LC_MESSAGES="he_IL.utf8" LC_PAPER="he_IL.utf8" LC_NAME="he_IL.utf8" LC_ADDRESS="he_IL.utf8" LC_TELEPHONE="he_IL.utf8" LC_MEASUREMENT="he_IL.utf8" LC_IDENTIFICATION="he_IL.utf8" LC_ALL=
[assaf@laptop ~]$ locale -a C en_US en_US.iso88591 en_US.utf8 hebrew he_IL he_IL.iso88598 he_IL.utf8 POSIX
now I'm using initscripts 2011.11.1-1, upgraded from 2011.10.2-1
Last edited by meijin (2011-11-09 12:13:52)