Gerard Beekmans gerard at linuxfromscratch.org
Mon Aug 28 04:27:37 PDT 2000

> > I was told make localdate/install-locales was needed...
> Yes, it is, but it is executed by default in the glibc installation. See that
> /usr/share/locale dir? It is created by the "make localdate/install-locales"
> command.
> The README file in the localedata dir tells us that it's an add-on package that
> is enabled by using the --enable-add-ons switch.

Not on my end at least. I just installed a Glibc version and it does
install a few things in /usr/share/locale, but not the en_US and other
things. To get them all a make localedata/install-locales is needed.

Gerard Beekmans

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