Error updating locale
Good question, the reason is simply because UTF-8 is the defacto standard to decode characters used on about half of every page you visit on the internet. So it’s a good idea to have the correct Locale enabled on your computer and servers (especially your web servers) to avoid errors.
, i tried EVERYTHING from editing the etc/default/locale file and the /etc/enviroment and many other things wise fellas recommended, but nothing ever worked, until i did THAT.The warning message apprears during the installation packages(invoking Perl) and it's due to missing locales being set not : [...] perl: warning: Setting locale failed. perl: warning: Please check that your locale settings: LANGUAGE = (unset), LC_ALL = (unset), LC_TIME = "fr_FR. Since you flashed a new image and it continues to not work, it sounds like you might have a hardware issue. If you do and you get the same error, make sure you are downloading the right image or try noobs to make sure. I don't know how after formatting the card and installing a new os this problem can still be there.After installing Bash in Windows 10 I noted that it is using Swedish in the linux applications. I have tried to reinstall bash after changing the default input language to english using Seems that a restart of the service is also required for the change to take effect: "sc stop lxssmanager" , "sc start lxssmanager".
I got an error when running the update-locale cmd: "sudo: unable to resolve host ..."."WSL install will automatically detects the Ubuntu locale to match the locale of your Windows install" I'd rather say "misdetects." I got Finnish, I have all settings on English, except keyboard layout and date format.
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Turns out the problem was that i was CONNECTING FROM OS-X (my MAC) and supposedly If you are remotely connected to the Droplet over ssh (eg from a macosx device) you need to set these variables on the machine you are connecting from, So in short all that was needed was to add the following to the ~/.bash_profile (~/.zshrc for me cause i use oh my zsh) BAM!!
update-alternatives: using /usr/share/postgresql/9.3/man/man1/postmaster.1to provide /usr/share/man/man1/postmaster.1(postmaster.1.gz) in auto mode * No Postgre SQL clusters exist; see "man pg_createcluster" I was dealing with this problem FOR MANY HOURS with nothing suggested here as a working solution for me, until i found the answer on askubuntu.
So, if you visit a website in another language it is most likely that it is using a different Locale!