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Tue, 11 May 2010 19:13:51 -0400
It should also be noted that there are weirdnesses involved with running
multiple locales on the same machine. For example, the 'pargs' command, which
prints the arguments that were passed to a process when it was started, will
belch errors when it is running in a locale different than the one it is being
asked to enumerate the arguments for, even when there are no characters that it
has to provide escapes for in its output. I find this more than a little
On May 11, 2010, at 6:45 PM, Robert Slover wrote:
> See the output of 'man -k locale' and the /etc/default/init file (which is
> symlinked to by /etc/TIMEZONE).
> On May 11, 2010, at 5:30 PM, Andreas Höschler wrote:
>> Hi Lars,
>>> System wide?
>>> At least on Mac OS X this is a setting to be made per user. It's perfectly
>>> reasonable to imagine having several users with different locale settings
>>> on the same machine.
>> Indeed! I am not talking about the special One-User/One-PC case (-> Mac) but
>> about the more general case of one big server with lots of cores and a few
>> dozen thin clients (Sun Rays) connected to it! :-)
>>>> I had this running on one machine but I had to reinstall the box and
>>>> haven't documented this configuration detail! :-(
>>>> Anyone with Solaris/GNustep experience?
>>> That would be you ;-)
>> Probably! :-)
>> Best wishes,
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