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[Gnumed-devel] Resizing the 'i18n_curr_lang' column in gmI18N.sql/Adven
[Gnumed-devel] Resizing the 'i18n_curr_lang' column in gmI18N.sql/Adventures of a non-AU non-DE gm-developer
Wed, 23 Apr 2003 04:08:50 -0400 (EDT)
The following message was starting to annoy me:
The currently selected database language ('None') does not
match the current system language ('en_CA.UTF-8').
Do you want to set the database language to 'en_CA.UTF-8'
The temporary fix I had is:
A nice GUI appears. :)
If 'gnumed' isn't open go to
"Database" - "Open" -
stokes for host
gnumed for database
Note: "stokes" is my computer's hostname
(default is "localhost")
Open up "gnumed" then "Tables" (on left)
Click on "i18n_curr_lang"
-->A window should appear
id user language
100 michael en_CA
101 _michael en_CA
Re-start GnuMed and enjoy freedom from the message. :)
The problem with this fix was I re-installed my OS and asked it to
support multiple languages. In doing so my language setting changed
from en_CA to en_CA.UTF-8 Now, the gnumed db didn't like my new 11
character language setting... so thus the change.
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