I'm maintaining an application on Ubuntu 8.04. The application has a facility to change the language and then reboot. When it reboots a dialog box is presented that asks if I want to change the filenames to the new language.
I don't want to do so. I never even want to see that box. How can I do this?
More info: The application changes the language by
- rewriting /etc/default/locale
- calling setlocale()
The system is configured so that the user never sees ubuntu. The system is set to autologin a particular user and that user's gnome configuration files start the (full screen) application.
The prompt to change filenames is displayed before the user is auto-logged in and only displays for a few seconds. I would not like it to be displayed at all.
Does anyone know where this happens in the boot process and how I can disable it?