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Hi Experts I am using a c++ application which support Localization i.e display message arroding to Language set in Linux environment.Suppoose if Linux enivironment set to display French, then it ...
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    anguage specified in o/s or in configuration file isn't supported


    Hi Experts


    I am using a c++ application which support Localization i.e display message arroding to Language set in Linux environment.Suppoose if Linux enivironment set to display French, then it will display message in French Language, by default it will display messages in English only. My application was working fine before , but I don't know all of sudden it stated to display message such as "Language specified in operating system or in configuration file is not supported, attempting to load default language (English) Failed to load default English DLL".
    Can anybody face such error message in Linux before?
    Can anybody help me in this regard?

    I am working in red hat enterprise edition 4 to run my c++ application.

    Thanks & Regards
    Vicky

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    Did you install the French language packages when you installed the operating system? It asks you for the primary language when you install - at least in my experience.
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    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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