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Date:      Fri, 18 May 2007 18:05:29 +0530
From:      "Amarendra Godbole" <>
Subject:   Re: Setting locale information
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On 5/16/07, Charlie Farinella <> wrote:
> I need to set locale values to en_US.UTF-8 system wide.
> Is /etc/login.conf the right place to do that?

>From my /etc/profile:
# For the setting of languages and character sets please see
# login.conf(5) and in particular the charset and lang options.
# For full locales list check /usr/share/locale/*
# You should also read the setlocale(3) man page for information
# on how to achieve more precise control of locale settings.

So yes, login.conf seems to be the correct place to set system-wide
language options.


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