On Fri, Nov 16, 2007 at 07:20:55 -0500, Haines Brown wrote:
> The suggetion to set C_TIME = "en_DK.UTF-8" in order to get the
> European date format interested me. However, despite putting an export
> statement into ~/.bashrc or setting varible/value in /etc/drfault/locale,
> I still get
> $ locale
> How would one set this particular variable to be different from the
> value of others? Would the variable LC_ALL have to be removed from
> the /etc/default/locale list?
LC_ALL overrides all the other LC_* variables; you cannot use it if you want to
differentiate in the individual LC_* settings. If you do not set LC_ALL then
you can mix the rest as desired.
Regards, | http://users.icfo.es/Florian.Kulzer
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