…or more precisely: en_BW.UTF-8. At least, that’s what my “LANG” env variable says.
I only have English (UK & US) installed and some env variables are set to “nl_BE.UTF-8”.
Other than that, everything should be set to “en_GB.UTF-8”.
This is my ~/.profile:
test -z "$PROFILEREAD" && . /etc/profile || true
#export LANG=de_DE.UTF-8 # uncomment this line for German output
#export LANG=fr_FR.UTF-8 # uncomment this line for French output
#export LANG=es_ES.UTF-8 # uncomment this line for Spanish output
# setting optional locales
No language changes were made in ~/.bashrc.
For some reason, “LANG” stays stuck to “en_BW.UTF-8” and I don’t know where it’s coming from.
Anyone else encountered this weird behaviour ?
This file is managed by KDE regional settings (not sure how it is called correctly, I do not use KDE often). You can simply delete it; it should be initialized on next login based on the current environment variables. Probably makes sense to have a copy just in case.