[CentOS] Localize CUPS?

Shibu C Varughese shibucv at itmission.org
Fri Nov 16 06:37:25 UTC 2007


On 11/16/07, Niki Kovacs <contact at kikinovak.net> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> I've been setting up a networked printer in a 100% Linux LAN, and
> there's only one small problem left: how do I localize the CUPS
> interface (e. g. the pages I see when opening http://localhost:631 in a
> browser)?
>
> My system is localized in french. LANG is fr_FR.UTF-8 in
> /etc/sysconfig/i18n. And I checked Firefox: it's supposed to open web
> content in French.
>
> Curiously, I had done similar installs before with Slackware 12, and
> there, the CUPS interface displayed in french "out of the box", e. g.
> without specifying it in cupsd.conf. Now IIRC, I had explicitly set a
> whole bunch of environment variables on my Slackware install
> (LC_MESSAGES and the likes) to french. 1) Could it be that? 2) Which
> variable would that be, and where do I set these in CentOS? Slackware's
> localization variables are all meant to be set in
> /etc/profile.d/lang.sh. Where is the orthodox place to do that in CentOS?
>
> cheers,
>
> Niki Kovacs
> _______________________________________________
> hi ..Niki,


don't know the exact place for the language change, but Try setting the
language from login screen  or using
system-config-language   if available.

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how much you can coerce others to do what you want. --Larry Wall
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