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    There are some other incompatibilities with this script.....ncurses is just being a pain lately. I may change to whiptail

    In any event, I have a little work to do before I can upload it.
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    Alright, getlocale.tcz is up and should be working. also fixed an issue with glibc locales. Let me know.

    If you already have downloaded getlocale, you can do an update by running

    pcp-update getlocale.tcz

    and then rebooting
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    I updated my copy of getlocale.tcz as you indicated.
    getlocale.sh works properly now and I was able to successfully set the locale to en_US.UTF-8.
    Thank you very much!

  4. #14
    Hi,

    I just installed getlocale.sh from extension page.
    Launch it, install fr_FR.UTF-8/UTF8
    Add fr_FR.UTF-8 in boot code page in LANG= field
    Save and Reboot.

    But i'm not able to rename file with accent like "" or "" they are replaced by ?

    How to deal with this please ?

    EDIT : switching my HDD from fat32 to ext4 format solved the problem.
    Last edited by a491765; 2020-02-20 at 15:09.

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    piCorePlayer 6 --- switch $LANG to UTF8

    Hi All,

    had to reinstall picoreplayer and switched to version 6.1.0. I'm trying to set $LANG to de_DE.UTF-8/UTF-8 using getlocale.sh and appending LANG=de_DE.UTF-8/UTF-8 to cmdline.txt, neither works.

    Can anyone help, please?

    Best Regards
    Matti

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    Senior Member paul-'s Avatar
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    Any errors when you run getlocale.sh?

    What is not working?
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    Any errors when you run getlocale.sh?

    What is not working?
    Hi Paul,

    thanks for answering ... There are no errors from getlocale.sh, mylocale.tcz is generated and no errors occur during boot either. Both getlocale.tcz and mylocale.tcz are present at the end of onboot.lst.

    It's just that the locale does not change from "C" to "de_DE.UTF-8/UTF-8", which i think it should after running the script, ammending LANG=de_DE.UTF-8/UTF-8 to cmdline.txt and rebooting (i can remember that this is what i did with pCP 3 at the time).

    Can you help, please?

    Best Regards
    Matti

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    Senior Member paul-'s Avatar
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    I believe it should be you need to add

    lang=de_DE.UTF-8/UTF-8 (Lower case lang=)

    to cmdline.txt
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    I believe it should be you need to add

    lang=de_DE.UTF-8/UTF-8 (Lower case lang=)

    to cmdline.txt
    Hi Paul,

    that's it, thank you!! A really silly mistake, sorry...

    Still, the filenames are like "Mot??rhead/" for example and the screensaver's clock still shows am/pm time. I'll go into that tomorrow.

    Thanks a million, have a good time and stay healthy.

    Best Regards
    Matti

  10. #20
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    It's because the file systems encoding schemes are not loaded by default. Load the extra file system support found on the LMS page. That's likely all you needed.....normally all the locale changing is not needed.
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