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Solution # back up the configuration file cp/etc/sysconfig/i18n/etc/sysconfig/i18n. bak # Modify the configuration file vi/etc/sysconfig/i18n # change the content to LANG & quot; zh_CN.GB18030 & quot; LANGUAGE & quot; zh_CN. solution # back up the configuration file cp/etc/sysconfig/i18n/etc/sysconfig/i18n. bak # Modify the configuration file vi/etc/sysconfig/i18n # change the content to LANG = "zh_CN.GB18030" LANGUAGE = "zh_CN.GB18030: zh_CN" SUPPORTED = "zh_CN.GB18030: zh_CN: en: en_US.UTF-8: en_US: en "SYSFONT =" lat0-sun16 "i18n is short for internationalization, meaning 18 letters between I and n, the intention is to "internationalize" the software ". i18n supports multiple languages, but it can only be English or a selected language at the same time, such as English + Chinese, English + German, English + Korean, etc; /etc/sysconfig/i18nControls the system font settings. the language variables are used in/etc/profile. d/lang. sh. an example i18n file: LANG = "en_US" LC_ALL = "en_US" LINGUAS = "en_US" Options: * LANG = set locale for all categories, can be any two letter ISO language code. * LC_CTYPE = localedata configuration for classification and conversion of characters. * LC_COLLATE = localedata configuration for collation (sort order) of strings. * LC_MESSAGES = localedata configuration for translation of yes and no messages. * LC_NUMERIC = localedata configuration for non-monetary numeric data. * LC_MONETARY = localedata configuration for monetary data. * LC_TIME = localedata configuration for date and time. * LC_ALL = localedata configuration overriding all of the above. * LANGUAGE = can be a: separated list of ISO language codes. * LINGUAS = can be a' separated list of ISO language codes. * SYSFONT = any font that is legal when used as/usr/bin/consolechars-f $ SYSFONT... (See console-tools package for consolechars command) * UNIMAP = any SFM (screen font map, formerly called Unicode mapping table-see consolechars (8 )) /usr/bin/consolechars-f $ SYSFONT -- sfm $ UNIMAP * SYSFONTACM = any ACM (application charset map-see consolechars (8 )) /usr/bin/consolechars-f $ SYSFONT -- acm $ SYSFONTACM The above is used by the/sbin/setsysfont command (which is run by rc. sysinit at boot time .)
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