In article <ksrkv-mi2.ln1dougshost.mydomain.org.au>, Doug Laidlaw wrote:I'm at work (on a RH machine), so I cannot easily check. But Debian has> Doug Laidlaw wrote:
>> Took my own advice and googled. Found the Chinese Debian setup instructions>> I am running Knoppix with KDE. I have set KDE to have Austalian language,
>> etc, and these details are correct, but the LOCALE command shows that
>> everything is set to "C". Dates are in U.S. format, while Oz uses
>> British. The problem may be that Aus is not supplied with Knoppix. Can I
>> download it
>> with apt-get? What do I tell it to download?
> in English (if that doesn't sound too Irish.) Downloaded the locales, but
> the only WM I have in Knoppix is KDE. The locale command still shows the
> default, "C". Can I set it outside KDE?
'localeconf' or some such. Perhaps Knoppix has it too. Also, you can try