Re: What file is changed by GNOME if I change the language environment?

GDM sets GDM_LANG, though changing the locale also sets LANG.


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>>> Noah Levitt <nlevitt columbia edu> 19/01/2004 15:43:16 >>>
gdm probably sets LANG when it launches gnome-session or
something like that. If you want it set in your .bashrc
you'll have to do it yourself. 


On Tue, Jan 13, 2004 at 22:56:08 +0800, Qingjia Zhu wrote:
>   From the 'Start Here' -> System -> Language, I changed my
>   language enviroment, then I log out GNOME and logout bash
>   and relogin bash, I found the $LANG was set to another value,
>   I'm wondering what file was changed by GNOME to make such
>   effective take place, because I found my .bashrc and
>   .bash_profile remains that same, thanks.
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