Re: Changing language for GDM

> Hello there!
> I recently changed to GDM and I like it a lot.
> In the home page you could see some nice screenshots with Czech instead
> of English.
> How could I do that? I've been looking for a while in the 'net, and found
> only Debian-related messages about using /etc/environment, but that doesn't
> seem to work.
> I'm using Mandrake 9.0, with GDM
> I already tried changing the /etc/X11/prefdm script, so that LANG=es_MX
> is set before launching gdm, but still with no success.
> Any hints?
> Thanks in advance!
Or just telnet to that machine as a root and kill all gdm-binary processes
and kill X11 server process too.

Then, setenv LANG es_MX (LC_ALL=es_MX) at the command prompt directly
and run /usr/bin/gdm-binary at that prompt.

gdmlogin should come up under es_MX locale....

Chookij V.
> Daniel Díaz
> yosoy danieldiaz org
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