1. blind0ne

    Working with terminal in mysql with different encodings on freebsd

    Hello, I'm trying to "work" with KOI-8R scripts on new FreeBSD installation, but there is one problem, the Russian characters itself looks like mess. On Linux where my production server is, before accessing mysql I'm typing some magic "source 2koi", and on locale command have such: # locale...
  2. P

    Missing locale vi_VN.UTF-8

    Hi all, I recently wanted to add a new input method (vietnamese/x-unikey). I tried to set locale to vi_VN.UTF8 in /etc/login.conf. But after reboot I noticed ?s in displayed texts. When I ran locale, I noticed there was no vi_VN.UTF8 on the list. Does FreeBSD not support vietnamese? Thanks.
  3. E

    Gitea port panics

    Hello, I am using FreeNAS based on FreeBSD 11.3-RELEASE-p14. I have iocage jail with identical version of FreeBSD inside. I have installed Gitea 1.12.4 using pkg and tried to run it. Below is the panic details I received root@git:~ # gitea 2020/10/19 08:13:07 cmd/web.go:107:runWeb() [I]...
  4. S

    locale issues

    I'm trying to extract from a tarball. (I don’t need help with that.) But I get this nonsense: Pathname can’t be converted from UTF-8 to current locale When I enter the command locale the LANG= line is empty. Hoo boy Yup! everything that's easy in any version of linux is like being...
  5. PMc

    Solved locale support missing - how to fix?

    For a long time I am building my systems from the svn tree, and had no problems with locale. Now I did install from the distribution CD, so this is a native install from the CD installer: 11.3-RELEASE FreeBSD 11.3-RELEASE #0 r349754: Fri Jul 5 04:26:52 UTC 2019...
  6. 0mp

    Create a new locale on FreeBSD

    I'd like to create a new locale on FreeBSD. I thought that I can just copy one of the existing ones in `/usr/share/locale` but apparently it is not so simple. Firstly, I just create a copy of the en_US.UTF-8 locale. $ sudo cp /usr/share/locale/en_US.UTF-8 /usr/share/locale/en_DK.UTF-8 I...
  7. Hunter8896

    Setting Locale - Accented Characters in Console

    Since moving to FreeBSD, I have not be able to get accented characters (such as é, or ç, or è etc.) to display properly in the terminal. I know the problem is my locale not being set properly, but I can not get it to change for some reason. I have read all of chapter 22.2 and followed the...
  8. M

    Solved cronjob and locale

    Hello there, I have a python script that does something with the files. In user profile I've set locale to UTF-8, since some filenames/folders use special characters (other language than ENG). When I run script under the user profile, everything is working fine, but when I run it under the...
  9. M

    Locale and keymap creation for ga_IE.UTF-8 environments

    Before I start, I'm new to these forums. I've read the rules and the formatting guide but please be understanding if I get things wrong :) I did a lot of Web searching and forum/tutorial reading before posting. keymap-file-creation-for-turkish-f-layout.61460 covers similar ground, which is why...
  10. S

    Creating a custom character set order?

    I've got a small project for which I'd like to build a custom LOCALE, identical to my usual one but with a non-standard character set order. The modified order would be very minor - putting about 3 7-bit characters in a different position within the sort order (for both ascii + Unicode purposes)...
  11. F

    USB drives: foreign language file names

    Hi everyone. I'm just posting this here because I've been experiencing this problem for quite some time and it was extremely difficult to find the solution. When inserting a USB flash drive it's mounted with mount_msdosfs. But the Handbook fails to mention that unless you supply -L for locale...
  12. ucsdboy

    locale and LC_ALL

    I recently followed a popular guide to set my system's locale settings to UTF-8. I've noticed that following the change, all of the output from locale is UTF-8, except for LC_ALL: me@system:~ % locale LANG=en_US.UTF-8 LC_CTYPE="en_US.UTF-8" LC_COLLATE="en_US.UTF-8" LC_TIME="en_US.UTF-8"...