I am getting this message every time I do something like starting or stopping a service. perl: warning: Setting locale failed. perl: warning: Please check that your locale settings: ...
I've got a locale problem. The collating sequence in nautilus and other programs has changed. I get locale errors appearing in the terminal when I launch a GUI app.. Gtk-WARNING **: Locale ...
Due to some strange reason, I've lost some of my locale settings. I've managed to restore most of them using sudo dpkg-reconfigure locales: perl: warning: Setting locale failed. perl: warning: Please ...
My newly installed Ubuntu 12.04 gnome-classic just turned into chinese locale after reboot, how do I change it back to English? I can't find any language menus, and the ones I opened are, well, in ...
I made the mistake of trying out some settings through Administration -> Language Support. Now my user account has LANG set to fi_FI.utf8, even though I want to use en_US.utf8. (This is kind-of a ...
When I open System Settings and open the Language Support dialog, there is an option in the list, for (I think) Chinese. As far as I can recall I have never installed this language myself. ...
I have made some changes in system settings, following suggestions by some users. However, this morning when I did a reboot I am unable to see English as my default language. My system is showing some ...
I once turned my system to Chinese, now I cannot set it back to English. I tried to change the order in Language Settings, but it doesn't work. Chinese is always at the top. Even if I delete the ...
When trying to upgrade to 13.04 from 12.10, I get the following error: Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/bin/do-release-upgrade", line 108, in <module> print(_("Checking for a ...
I have freshly installed Ubuntu 11.10 on my net book,by mistake i choosed wrong language not a english now i want to change my default language back to my loving English I tried to set english via ...
The title really says it all. It looks like I'm using Chinese/Japanese/Korean language or something after a power outage knocked me off. Can anyone help me restore it back to English? I'm fairly new ...
I'm in the US, and just upgraded to 13.04, now all of my menus are half English, half Chinese, and going into Language Support and applying English system-wide does nothing.