I have installed the version 0.0.21 of Ristretto with aptitude. Now I'm trying to compile the newest source code, which works fine.
But I don't know how to select a different language. Normally the autogen.sh script should do that for me but it don't work.
What I have made wrong?
- Ubuntu 9.04 (64Bit)
- xfce 4.6.0
- Ristretto 0.0.21 installed with aptitude
- Ristretto 0.0.22 source code
Did you set your $LANG environment variable? Try to start it this way:
$ LANG=en_US ./ristretto
or for German you should try
$ LANG=de_DE ./ristretto
and for French try
$ LANG=fr_FR ./ristretto
And so an...
thank you for your answer. This works fine.
But my problem was, that I've not executed the "make install" command.
Now my problem is, that I can not execute the "make install" command every time I change something on the language files (I have not the permissions). Is it possible only to compile the current version of the sourcecode and use the new language files from within another directory than the /usr/share/locale. If I only change the LANG property of my system it will not work and if there are too many changes made within the sourcecode ristretto choose per default the entries given in the source (it don't care about the language files).
I'm sorry for my bad English but I hope you understand the problem I have with the languages in ristretto.