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Re: [lug] Perl giving warning about locale

	The way I fix that problem when it occurs is by installing newer
locale packages, or reinstalling the current packages with a --force.  Btw
this is geared towards an rpm based distribution.

	Under Mandrake 7.2, the packages that I installed are these:

	The version of course might differ, but that should fix your
problem.  I learned that in fact perl was not the problem, and it is
likely that your system already has either "en" or "en_US" declared as
the language.


> I recently did some upgrades and such on our server machine, and now whenver
> I run perl I get the following:
> perl: warning: Setting locale failed.
> perl: warning: Please check that your locale settings:
>         LANGUAGE = "en",
>         LC_ALL = "en",
>         LANG = "en"
>     are supported and installed on your system.
> perl: warning: Falling back to the standard locale ("C").
> i've reinstalled all the locale stuff, but i don't know where else to go.  I
> tried recompiling perl, but the new version (5.005_03, not ready to updgrade
> yet) fails all sorts of tets, so that's a subject for another day.
> Does anyone have any ideas where to start looking?  Mind you, this is a
> warning, so all my CGI's are still working, but it is rather disconcerting.
> Thanks for any help you can give.
> --
> Joshua Kugler
> Associated Students of the University of Alaska Fairbanks
> Information Services Director
> isd@as.uaf.edu
> 907-474-7601