From: Mike Przybylski <mikep@co...> - 2000-07-11 20:43:25
Did you do this religiously too?
<SNIP from DRIcompile.html>
8.2 Update Locale Information
To update your X locale information do the following:
This will prevent a locale error message from being printed when you run Xlib
I was getting the same errors with the latest CVS snapshots, but I hadn't done
this. But it looks like it'll fix both of our problems. If you get around to
using this fix before I do, please let me know if/how it works.
> From: "craig" <craig-m@...>
> To: <dri-users@...>
> Date: Tue, 11 Jul 2000 10:57:20 +0200
> Subject: [Dri-users] XLib Problem
> Hi All.
> I have followed all the build instructions with religeous accuracy, and am
> having some trouble. I sincerely hope that someone will endeavour to help
> Cannot find locale us_EN
> Cannot find locale C
> variable XNLSPATH may be incorrect......
> Same with Mozilla, only it seems to run anyway.
> I have built the Xlib locale stuff as per the instructions. I did notice
> that it was installed into the X11R6 tree, and not the XF86-main tree as per
> the instructions.
> If I set all my library paths, and XF86Config back to the standard 4.0.1
> (X11R6) tree, everything works fine again.
> I obviously want to use the XF86-main tree (the accelerated one).
> What can I do to solve this.
> I am using a standard RH6.2 installation.
> Please help.
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