support of locale

Carson Gaspar carson at
Thu Jan 25 07:38:31 EST 2007

Darren Tucker wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 23, 2007 at 04:37:23PM -0800, Carson Gaspar wrote:
>> If you change /etc/default/init, you need to reboot (sadly, there is no 
>> way to get init to re-read the config file). Then init will have the new 
>> settings, and all children of init will inherit them.
> OK, but unless you have sshd spawned out of inittab that still won't help
> much.

Not quite, as init's environment is inherited by things spawned at boot 
time (or later via svcadm). If you're using classic init.d scripts, you 
can fix the env and re-spawn them, but if you're using svcadm you must 
change init's environment and reboot (or work some magic with svc* that 
is beyond my knowledge).


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