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Re: international OBSD - locales and other such stuff?



as far as I know, openbsd doesn't support locales. 

On Tue, 2001-12-18 at 01:10, J.A. Neitzel wrote:
> How would a person set his/her LANG or LC_ALL on OBSD?
> Maybe I'm missing some files, but there does not seem to be any
> things for setting locales. Can anyone please give me some clue?
> I did a full install of *.tgz from the packages on my
> shiny 3.0 CDs...
> 
> I know libc (as on *BSD) is _not_ glibc. glibc had all sorts of
> things for internationalization of messages, man pages, etc...
> But I abbandoned linux in favor of OBSD because linux is not as
> good as *BSD.
> 
> if *BSD's libc has capability for internationalization, can someone
> please tell me where to look? I did a look through a great many
> man pages, but still haven't found about this yet. I also did a
> `whatis /*bin/* /*/*bin/*' to see if I missed something, but I have
> no luck yet =(
> -- 
> Cheers,
> Jeff
> 
-- 
/Saad Kadhi
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