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I know that's an old question, but did you try install all language packs through apt-get? I could solve a similar problem where I would need lots of different locales in a server and solved it running sudo apt-get install language-pack-*. It downloaded all the files (about 2GB when finished unpacking) and generated all the available locales.


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To resolve this warning or install new install with local-gen data localization of default which in this case are precisely en_US.UTF8 . sudo locale-gen en_US.UTF-8 To install / reinstall well as en_US.UTF-8 : sudo locale-gen en en_US en_US.UTF-8 Then apply the changes with dpkg-reconfigure locales sudo dpkg-reconfigure locales Then export ...


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OPs answer Problem was a custom locale. Now using standard en_US.utf8 and gnome-terminal works normally.


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The simplest way to modify LDM settings? Try LightDM GTK+ Greeter Settings GUI... It should be capable of what you want to do. LightDM GTK+ Greeter Settings is a small GUI written in Python which lets you modify various LightDM GTK+ Greeter settings, such as the theme, font, background, window position and more, settings which otherwise can only be set by ...


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Ok I erased the content of ~/.kde/env/setlocale.sh, and it works! Tkanks!!


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I guess this is how you fix this. You can change the locale in /etc/default/locale. You can try setting the contents of that file to: LANG="en_US.UTF-8" LANGUAGE="en_US" source Blog post


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Ok I don't know why I couldn't edit it but I found an old snapshot of the VM and fixed the locale file. Intuition was right, it boots properly now. Stil open to any advice for similar situations in case I'm not so lucky in the future.


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When you enter recovery mode, the system is mounted in read-only mode. To fix this, type: `mount -o remount,rw /` after that if you have any other drives/partitions you want to mount with read/write privleges, type: 'mount --all' Hope this helps!



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