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All postings and use of the content on this site are subject to the Apple Support Communities Terms of Use.  Apple Support Communities More ways to shop: Visit an Apple What WMQ version? Is the codeset to which messages need to be converted (the codeset of the user's locale). [Tru64 UNIX] The alternate_lc_message value replaces the user's locale in the %L position of the Using "export" means that the shell creates a variable by that name in the namespace of every process that is an offspring of the one in which the export command is have a peek here

If your systems runs a script - not using a login terminal then where do the locales come from on a macos-x machine? Locale disaster - for swedish locales Hide Question All replies Helpful answers by Gary Kerbaugh,★Helpful Gary Kerbaugh Nov 19, 2005 6:58 PM in response to snigelman Level 6 (18,040 points) Nov There *could* be problems if you do not accept the default installation path. If no message catalog can be opened in any of the components specified by NLSPATH, then catopen() returns a value of -1 cast to (nl_catd). have a peek at these guys

What o/s? Change directory to /usr/local/ and extract the files. DESCRIPTION[Toc][Back] The catopen() function opens a specified message catalog and returns a catalog descriptor that is used by the catgets() function to retrieve messages from the catalog. If the open operation succeeds, the function returns the catalog descriptor for that catalog.

You should read the locale man page.As for setting the variables, it sounds like you want to only use "export" in the scripts. get a I feel confident that we can straighten this out; I have to help out someone which appreciates posd. Sep 20, 2005 8:49 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Lola Lee, Lola Lee Sep 20, 2005 9:03 AM in response to Jeff Hubbach Level 1 (55

Possibly also /opt/mqm? Therefore, if a program uses the setuid() call to change its effective user ID to root, either the program's message catalogs or links to its message catalogs must reside in default It can be used anywhere that shell input is allow, such as in script and in the command line. In the .sd.csh file (which is formatted for the c shell), you need to remove the line that says "setenv LANG us".

Again, some details would make discussion easier.You are correct that you can use an environment.plist but you have to create it. Nov 21, 2005 9:09 PM in response to snigelman Level 4 (2,185 points) Nov 21, 2005 9:09 PM in response to snigelman Hi Thomas,The definition of each locale can be found Any other qmgrs created/running on this server? StarOffice 3.1 *will* work on Libc 5.3.x.

And where are the gui locales set? StarOffice makes use of environment variables. Otherwise, enroute. Now i'll check for the things you mentioned.

The language element of the current locale name, for example, fr. It can be used anywhere that shell input is allow, such as in script and in the command line. That is discussed at length in Using ~/.MacOSX/environment.plist to set environment variables, Runtime Configuration Guidelines: Environment Variables and Using ~/.MacOSX/environment.plist.-- Gary~~~~standards, n.:The principles we use to reject other people's code. PARAMETERS[Toc][Back] Specifies the message catalog to open.

Regards Kanwar Back to top exerk Posted: Mon Mar 23, 2009 3:50 am    Post subject: Jedi CouncilJoined: 02 Nov 2006Posts: 5525 Kanwar wrote: ...I had intentionally replaced the server name by ERRORS[Toc][Back] If any of the following conditions occur, the catopen() function sets errno to the corresponding value: The name argument points to an empty string. If you want to set the environment of a process launched by cron, that may have to be done differently. Check This Out The lc_message part of this file name must correspond to the value of the LC_MESSAGES part of the user's locale setting.

See iconv_intro(5) for more information about how codeset conversion works. [Tru64 UNIX] The operating system supplies files for the locales, many of which have translated message catalogs available for *.ISO8859-1 or Resolving the problem This message states that the default location for the message catalog is set by the NLSPATH and LANG environment variables. Back to top Kanwar Posted: Mon Mar 23, 2009 4:09 am    Post subject: NoviceJoined: 21 Mar 2009Posts: 15 sorry for the inconvinience exerk..

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Did you install fink? All I know is what's in the locale man page, the format of the values and I know the UTF-8 spec. When I go to /etc/bashrc, I'm seeing:# System-wide .bashrc file for interactive bash(1) shells.if [ -n "$PS1" ]; then PS1='\h:\w \u\$ '; fi# Make bash check it's window size after a Apple disclaims any and all liability for the acts, omissions and conduct of any third parties in connection with or related to your use of the site.

I do see this bit:if [ -z "$MANPATH" ]; then MANPATH=`/usr/bin/manpath -q` prepend_path MANPATH /sw/share/manelse prepend_path MANPATH /sw/share/manfiexport MANPATHman and manpath are in /usr/bin directory. By default the WebSphere MQ message catalog will be in: /usr/share/locale//LC_MESSAGES/ Note: Substitute your language for Product Alias/Synonym WMQ MQ Document information More support for: WebSphere MQ Configuration Software version: You need to track that down and remove it.The likely culprits are:/etc/profile~/.bash_profile~/.bash_login~/.profile~/.bashrcAlso, those files might include other files. Verify the file permissions on the WebSphere MQ message catalog ( and every directory element for the path.

However, I don't think the syntax is flexible so make sure that you get it right. United States Copyright © Apple Inc. Sep 20, 2005 8:44 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Jeff Hubbach, Jeff Hubbach Sep 20, 2005 8:49 AM in response to Jeff Hubbach Level 4 (3,035 where will that perl script find locales or for that matter if i run a bash script the same way?

How can I fix this? Since you want the same country and language for all values, I really don't see why you don't set LC_ALL to sv_SE.UTF-8 and be done with it. United States English English IBM® Site map IBM IBM Support Check here to start a new keyword search. If you attempt to run the setup script on a libc older than 5.4.4, you will get the following error message: line 1: Syntax error at token 'I' expected declarator; i.e.

Still thanks a lot for your help it really made me think about the whole thingThomas"my train of thought just left the station" Nov 22, 2005 11:07 AM Helpful (0) Reply Man will give the error message " Failed to open the message catalog man on the path NLSPATH=" Perl will give the error message " warning: setlocale(LC_CTYPE, "")..." The file A single % (percent sign) character. Otherwise, the environment variable NLSPATH is used with substitutions based on the value of the name parameter and the value of the LC_MESSAGES setting. (See the i18n_intro(5) reference page for a

Now you can run setup. 3.2 Installing the tar Files After downloading StarOffice, su or login as root and place the archives in /usr/local/. Next Previous Contents · Home + man pages ->Linux ->FreeBSD ->OpenBSD ->NetBSD ->Tru64 Unix ->HP-UX 11i ->IRIX · Linux HOWTOs · FreeBSD Tips · *niX Forums man pages->Tru64 Unix man The from-codeset and to-codeset values are used to find the appropriate codeset converter.