warning in perl language not set
gryllida at gmail.com
Fri Oct 15 15:17:42 UTC 2010
On 10/15/10, Tapas Mishra <mightydreams at gmail.com> wrote:
> Jordon and Alen thanks yesterday after doing a clean install of 10.10
> which took about 2.5 hours this time includes transfer of 35 GB of
> existing data from laptop to a USB hard disk and vice versa,
> Vmware stopped working.
> Upong googling here and there
> I found patch for Vmware to work
> on one of the Vmware communities they said 10.10 is not yet fully
> supported as Host and Guest by Vmware
> and for perl problem here is the solution I found
> after doing all this the Vmware GUI disapperaed from Applications
> menu( I am comfortable with command line).
> Later on while playing a song in VLC the song after 2-3 minutes got
> stuck in a loop and started producing echo of unpleasant kind.
> I had tried to use a brand new USB DVD writer to install the
> installation hanged after certain time (appeared as the installer was
> not getting any instruction)
> So I decided to stick with 10.04 so by the time I am writing I have
> wiped out all 10.10 traces on my system and it is 10.04.
> Also this article
> might be worth giving a look.
> On Thu, Oct 14, 2010 at 8:12 PM, Jordon Bedwell <jordon at envygeeks.com>
>> On Thu, 2010-10-14 at 15:36 +0100, Alan Pope wrote:
>>> On 14 October 2010 15:25, Tapas Mishra <mightydreams at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> > I just did a fresh install of Ubuntu 10.10.
>>> > After this the update manager did some updates and on screen I noticed
>>> > a message perl warning
>>> > language not set.
>>> Did you get a screenshot by any chance?
>>> > Where is this message (which file) I can read so that I search what
>>> > happened.
>>> Maybe something is logged in /var/log/apt ?
>>> > Also in 10.10 aptitude is not present?
>>> > Has this been dropped out in 10.10.
>>> It was removed from the default install.
>>> sudo apt-get install aptitude
>> Make sure locales is installed, check /etc/default/locale and see what's
>> going on in there and see if LANGUAGE and LANG are set, make
>> sure /var/lib/locales/supported.d/local has a language. Once all that
>> is fixed, run 'dpkg-reconfigure locales' and you should be good to go.
>> Aptitude was not in 10.04 either by default and you should opt to use
>> apt and synaptic now.
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