RPM installation on a non en_US.UTF-8 machine.
drplastic99 at yahoo.com
Mon Apr 28 15:56:48 UTC 2014
Thank you. Once I read your email, I had an "Ah ha!" moment.
On Saturday, April 26, 2014 10:31 PM, Eran Ben Natan <eranb at celltick.com> wrote:
RPM itself should not fail because of locale. Maybe an application you deploy with the RPM fails because it has 'wrong' locale. Databases are immediate suspects.
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Subject: RPM installation on a non en_US.UTF-8 machine.
I created an RPM here in the United States. Recently, this RPM failed when installed in both France and Germany where the locale was not en_US.UTF-8, which I guess is to be expected.
Is there a flag the user can set when doing rpm or yum install?
Or, does the user have to set their locale to en_US.UTF-8 before installation?
Or, is there something I can do during the creation of the RPM so that the RPM can be installed on non en_US.UTF-8 systems?
Or, is there something I'm suppose to know about RPM creation that I don't? If so, what is it?
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