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Month: September 2013

Re: [trinity-devel] Locales - i18n British

From: Mike Howard <mike@...>
Date: Tue, 24 Sep 2013 22:16:00 +0100
On 24/09/2013 21:50, François Andriot wrote:
> Le 24/09/2013 22:42, Mike Howard a écrit :
>> Hello All,
>> Back in August last year I built TDE from source for my modified 
>> Toshiba AC100 (tegra cpu, armv7) on which I have running Red Sleeve 
>> EL 6.1 but haven't had much use from it this year, for reasons I 
>> won't go into.
>> Anyway, now that I've got more time, I can't seem to get TDE to 
>> default to the en_GB keyboard layout. I did build and have installed 
>> trinity-kde-i18n-British (as it was then) but I can't add 'British 
>> English' as another language (along side 'US English').
>> Obviously I can change it from the console or from within X but 
>> normally, I would use Settings -> Regional etc etc. It just does not 
>> give any other language as a choice except US English.
>> Anybody any ideas off the top of their head? Something obvious I'm 
>> missing? It's bound to be something simple I've forgotten :)
>> Cheers,
>> Mike.
> Hello,
> Does the following file exist on your system ?
> /opt/trinity/share/locale/en_GB/entry.desktop
> If it does NOT, you built the package while there was a bug in RPM 
> packaging.
> To avoid rebuilding all the stuff, you can simply download the missing 
> file here:
> and put it in the correct folder..
> Francois
Hi Francois,

Yes, the file is present.

When I did the build, I was using it as a bit of a learning process 
(normally a debian man) and built it all manually, from git, so I doubt 
things are in the right places.  TDE works well though, mostly. As it 
was for the arm architecture, there minor tweaks here and there too so I 
wanted to work through it slowly.

If I redo the process, is the RPM packaging system publicly cloneable?