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Following the suggestion of @gunnar-hjalmarsson, I removed LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8 from the files: /etc/default/locale and /etc/environment. I also removed the file: ~/.pam_environment. Now everything works as expected. If the above did not work for you, you may want to try a temporary solution in this link (again suggested by @gunnar-hjalmarsson) After matlab ...
We've got documentation on the wiki pages that describe how to add a new language to Ubuntu. In a nutshell: Choose the name of the locale. The format is language_REGION@modifier, where language is an ISO 639-2 two-letter code (or the three-letter one if the former is not available), REGION is an ISO 3166 code representing the region where this language is ...
compile your locale using : sudo localedef -i custom -f UTF-8 custom.UTF-8 -c -v where custom is name of your locale file and copy locale file under /usr/share/i18n/locales/ than sudo locale-gen and modify /etc/environment or ~/.profile . done !!! What would I name the file for this locale? you can give any name of your local Would I be able to ...
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You can do it by: sudo update-locale You need administrative permissions to run this command.
I read an article and followed the instruction, My problem is fixed so you must read it - http://itsfoss.com/fix-exec-locale-file-directory/
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