[OS X TeX] Fwd: no tex question
dewatson at mac.com
Sun Jan 20 08:47:37 EST 2008
Here is what "info perllocale" gives me in the terminal (excerpt):
You may encounter the following warning message at Perl startup:
perl: warning: Setting locale failed.
perl: warning: Please check that your locale settings:
LC_ALL = "En_US",
LANG = (unset)
are supported and installed on your system.
perl: warning: Falling back to the standard locale
This means that your locale settings had LC_ALL set to "En_US"
exists but has no value. Perl tried to believe you but could
Instead, Perl gave up and fell back to the "C" locale, the
locale that is supposed to work no matter what. This usually
your locale settings were wrong, they mention locales your
never heard of, or the locale installation in your system has
(for example, some system files are broken or missing). There
quick and temporary fixes to these problems, as well as more
and lasting fixes.
You should probably read all of the info in "info perllocale" and find
out what needs to be remedied in your login scripts.
Something in one of those scripts is using perl, and some
environmental variables are misconfigured somewhere in your account.
On Jan 20, 2008, at 1:04 AM, Javier Elizondo wrote:
> Forgot to mention, it is a mac book pro, leopard
>> This is not a Tex related question, I am force to
>> write to this list because I did not get answer from
>> the list in support. I am very sorry if this upset
>> someone, I apologize in advance. If someone know the
>> answer he or she can write directly to me if it is a
>> problem to answer everyone.
>> When I open a terminal I get the following message,
>> this happen only in my account, not in others
>> I appreciate a lot your help.
>> Last login: Sun Jan 20 00:49:51 on ttys000
>> perl: warning: Setting locale failed.
>> perl: warning: Please check that your locale
>> LC_ALL = (unset),
>> LANG = "UTF-8"
>> are supported and installed on your system.
>> perl: warning: Falling back to the standard locale
>> Macintosh:~ javier$
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