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Month: September 2018

Re: [trinity-users] change TDE language setting instantly

From: Stefan Krusche <linux@...>
Date: Wed, 12 Sep 2018 00:34:10 +0200
Hello William,

thanks for your reply.

Am Dienstag, 11. September 2018 schrieb William Morder:
> This might help, if pertinent to your question: Have you tried localepurge?
> You can choose more precise language settings, and discard others that
> don't apply. (I count 15 choices under "de" for German, for example, 35
> under "en" for English.) Most users will only want one or two items, such
> as "en" and "en-us-utf8".
> I assume that localepurge would also affect TDE, even though it is not
> TDE-specific software. Install that package, then run sudo dpkg-reconfigure
> localepurge, and you will get a list of locales.

No, my question wasn't about purging language files I don't use. That's about 
saving disk space automatically at installation. FIW, quite a while ago I 
checked out localpurge to purge the many TDE language files I never need, but 
you would have to configure the paths of those manually etc. which I didn't 

> Otherwise, I would say TCC, etc., as you have already tried.


> Does this concern the problem from an earlier thread, about logging in
> using non-English characters (e.g., an umlaut), or is it a separate issue?

I dunno. Which thread?

Kind regards,